Bertha James Day Centre is named after Bromley’s prominent Mayor of the 1960’s and has been providing care and support to Bromley’s senior citizens since 1972. With capacity for seventy clients, the Centre strives to offer the widest possible range of facilities and services to help individuals and their families lead fuller, more rewarding lives. From simple social functions to complex care duties, the Centre provides everything it can to serve health and happiness to Bromley’s elders.
At its heart, the Centre is run by a passionate and dedicated team of experienced care staff, most of whom are specially trained to care for people with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. No less importantly, however, the Centre relies on the kind support of volunteers from the local community to provide practical assistance and other important forms of support. If you are interested in volunteering or offering your support in any other way, please take a look at our Support page or simply get in touch.
Since its beginning, Bertha James Day Centre has been managed by Age Concern Ravensbourne Ltd, a registered charity formed in 1964. Its board of trustees is composed entirely of volunteers, all of whom are ex-professional care workers with extensive experience in the care sector and an unwavering commitment to the Centre’s vitality.