Specialised Services news

News from the Trafford area

Specialised Services

Based in Trafford & Manchester, Delivering services for Learning Disabilities & Mental Health in a Residential & Independent living environment

Contact details

8 Premier Street, Old Trafford, Manchester M16 9ND

Telephone: 0161 226 2270

Email: mh-enquiries@prem-care.co.uk

Office hours:

24 hours 7 days a week

Manager: Alex Cox

It’s that time of year again, when the Trafford/ Manchester Branch will be collecting toys  for Hits Radio Mission Christmas appeal.

We are grateful for any donations that you can give however they must be new and in their original packaging please. All donations received will be distributed to children within Manchester who otherwise would not receive a gift at Christmas. All donations must be taken to the Trafford/Manchester branch by the 9th December.

Age UK Film Club

Come and meet some new friends and enjoy some old movies with refreshments.

Come and join in on the fun! On the second Tuesday of each month Age UK shows a film, all over the age of 50 are welcome to join and they support people with old age.

Premier care Trafford are supporting the Dementia Friends campaign to help people develop an understanding of dementia and turn it into action to help people in their community living with the disease.

Dementia is arguably one of the biggest health crisis facing the UK; there are currently over 665,065 people in England who have dementia and an estimated 21 million have a close friend or family member with it.

Public Health England and Alzheimer’s Society have come together to inspire the Dementia Friends campaign which is encouraging people in Trafford to become a Dementia Friend by attending a one-hour education session or watching a short online video to increase their understanding.

Our Macmillan coffee morning, held on 30th September at our Trafford branch in Manchester managed to raise an impressive £210 for charity.

Congratulations to all Trafford staff that helped raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Thank you to everyone that came along and joined in to make this event successful!

A weekly walk and talk group for people with dementia who may be accompanied by their carers, friends and families. You can walk a variety of different routes and distances around Worthington Park park followed by refreshments at Anchor High Lee House. If you are interested in attending then please contact Julia Collins on 0161 962 4769 for further details.


Area served: Open to all

Target group(s): People with dementia, their carers and families, and professionals in health and social care

Restrictions: People with dementia and their carer

Specialised Services Team

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Alex Cox

Registered Manager
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Leroy Griffiths

Field Manager
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Sonia Johnson

Field Manager
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Natalie Grossman

Field Manager

Specialised Services CQC report