Enabling and caring for physically disabled adults

01376 346208

About The Tabor Centre

The Tabor Centre, a registered charity established in 1990, offers a unique service in Braintree and the surrounding area.

The ultimate aim is for our members to achieve a fulfilled life within their family and the local community. The Members' Management Team is elected to ensure the Centre continues to deliver new opportunities for activities and fundraising that are relevant to the members, co-ordinating their implementation with the Staff Management Team.

What you can expect:

  • Individualised care programmes based on needs and aspirations

  • Offers respite for carers

  • The Centre is set in six and a half acres of parkland linked by pathways which are just a few minutes' walk from the town centre shops, pubs and cafes

  • Provides fully accessible transport to collect members and take them home, if required

  • A modern and completely accessible building

  • Professional dedicated carers, therapists and drivers

  • Courses and activities which encourage members to relate with others in a group, make friends and improve skills

  • Opportunities for people to gain more confidence in order to become independent and make choices about lifestyle and work; participating in today's society as equals

  • A hot homemade midday meal, if required

  • Opportunities for volunteering, whether that is supporting members or helping with the fundraising and management

The Tabor Centre works in partnership with the NHS, Braintree District Council and Essex County Council as well as other local charitable groups such as the Stroke Association, Scope and the MS Resource Centre, see Links on our Contact page.

 

Enabling and caring for physically disabled adults