We provide all day sessions including lunch, opening Mondays to Fridays 9.30am until 3.30pm in Sunbury on Thames

At CAMEO we help people living with dementia continue to thrive in the local community and give support and respite to their families who care for them.  

All of this is done in a caring fun and friendly environment with our excellent compassionate and experienced team. 

We have a wide variety of activities and entertainment so there is something for everyone and opportunities to enjoy new experiences as well as embracing old favorites. 

We provide all day sessions, opening Mondays to Fridays 9.30am until 3.30pm

DAILY ACTIVITIESWe offer 9.30am-3.30pm sessions with a varied and exciting selection of stimulating activities for all abilities.

This includes activities that help people to lead a more physically and mentally active lifestyle. We provide back to back activities with breaks for refreshments and a two course lunch.
Examples of some of the activities that are enjoyed include:
ENTERTAINMENTWe also have entertainers regularly visiting the day centre which provide a great atmosphere and is loved by everyone.

Some examples include:
  • Magicians
  • Singers
  • Animal visits (Dogs and farm animal)
  • Exercise Sessions
OUTINGSOn top of this we also offer short walks to the millenium embroidery, along the river and round the park for people who are more physically able.

We are consistently reviewing the activities and entertainment to make sure it is fresh and engaging and provides that best service for our community.
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COMMUNITYOur service is available to everyone who needs us in the local Spelthorne and surrounding communities.

we are focused on improving our diversity and inclusion to make sure that everyone feels welcome and safe. 

For people living with dementia and their families, we are at the center of the community. We're an essential service that protects health and wellbeing and enables people living with dementia, their families and friends continue to thrive in their local communities

To enable family and carers to care for their loved ones living with dementia it is essential that they look after their own health and wellbeing.  

CAMEO is also focused on helping family and carers and provide:
  • Respite
    We care for people living with dementia for 6 hours a day.  This enables carers and families to leave their loved ones in safe hands with peace of mind that their needs can be supported whilst they have a well deserved break. This gives carers time to themselves so that they can rest, get jobs done or spend time doing activites and hobbies that they enjoy.  All the time knowing that their loved ones are being well looked after and enjoying themselves.
  • Community Support
    We run the ‘Care Café’ each month at a local venue, for families and carers of people living with dementia. This offers a welcoming and friendly environment for family and carers to meet and share experiences in a real supportive community of people who understand what each other are going through.
  • Advice and support
    Our practice and training ensure that we can guide caregivers to a range of resources and advice that can support them. We provide support and advice to family and carers both on an individual basis and at the Care Café. We have visitors at the Care Café offering advice and support as well as signposting to other services and benefits.

MEALSWe provide healthy and nutritious two course meals with fresh fruit and vegetables prepared on the premises.

Example menus include:

  • Roast dinners (chicken, pork, beef)
  • Fish and Chips
  • Casseroles (pork, chicken, beef, etc)
  • Fish in sauce
  • Fish pie
  • All the above served with fresh vegetables
  • Fruit crumbles
  • Trifle
  • Fruit and ice cream
  • Jelly with fruit
  • Knickerbocker glory
  • Fresh fruit and vegetables are delivered daily
We work closely in partnership with Surplus to Supper who do amazing work aiming to bridge the gap between food waste and food poverty. You can learn more about their work here.


Hayley is a established singer who believes that music is a powerful tool. Even for residents with severe dementia, when they can no longer remember present day events, it is a pleasure to see them singing along, word for word, to songs from over 50 years ago!! Hayley provides a fun atmosphere and perform songs that the more able residents, with a little assistance, can have a little dance too, as well as performing the good old fashioned sing-a-long songs to get everyone joining in!  Hayley performs songs from the 50's to present day.
Billy is a musician and entertainer and plays guitar 60's & 70's.   He performed in lots of bands in the 60's including Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, Nicky Hopkins & John Hawken. Billy always encourages audience participation.
Elaine sings and plays guitar folk music.  She covers material spanning from first world war period right through to modern songs and tailors her set to cater for the age range of the audience so that they resonate with and enjoy their sing-a-long to the maximum!
Terry entertains us with a blend of musical theatre alongside classics from the 1940s, 50s, 60s and 70s.
Karen runs exercise classes on Mondays to get the week to an active start.   She focuses on exercises which can help to make you stronger, more mobile and increase your confidence in everyday activities.
Denny is a singer who performs a wide range of popular music and always gets a great reception from the audience.