Drop in

We provide an open-house policy for our drop-in service, which you can use to book yourself onto a group session, day trip, event, party etc. or to ask for advice and signposting to other services or organisations.
However, if you need to talk to us about something in depth or confidence, we recommend you call and book an appointment.

Home Visits

We are more than happy to visit you at home if you prefer. Simply call the office so we can arrange a date and time that is convenient for you.

General information

HOPE has a wealth of knowledge and information, but we recognise that we don’t always have the specialist information you may be looking for. We are of course happy to support you with this, signpost you to the most appropriate organisation, or alternatively, you may want to look online at the many organisations in Leeds and across the country that will give you the answers.


HOPE appreciates how difficult it can be to talk about money, but did you know that billions of pounds worth of means-tested benefits go unclaimed by older people each year? HOPE recognises that benefits are a necessity to the income of older people, and we want to make sure you are getting the benefits you are entitled to.
You can also contact one of the many organisations that will provide information on benefits and how to go about claiming them, these include:

Dementia Support and Services

If you're becoming increasingly forgetful, particularly if you're over the age of 65, it may be a good idea to talk to your GP about the early signs of dementia. As you get older, you may find that memory loss becomes a problem. It's normal for your memory to be affected by stress, tiredness, or certain illnesses and medications.

This can be frustrating if it happens occasionally, but, if it's affecting your daily life or is worrying you or someone you know, you should seek help from your GP.

Dementia isn't just about memory loss. It can also affect the way you speak, think, feel and behave. It's also important to remember that dementia is not a natural part of ageing (Source: NHS Dementia).

Dementia support services at HOPE

HOPE actively seeks to support people with dementia, their family, friends and carers. All our group sessions are open to people with dementia and support is available to ensure sessions are all inclusive.
All support is discussed and agreed to ensure that the individual’s needs are identified and met so they can supported appropriately. Attending groups is a great way to meet new people and get help, support and advice.
There are many organisations both in Leeds and nationally that also provided information and support, these include:

Useful telephone numbers

Emergency contact numbers

Useful Websites

Contact Information

Contact Information
Tel: 0113 249 359707592151005 Email: info@hopeprojectleeds.org.uk
Halton Moor & Osmondthorpe Project for Elders (HOPE),
Osmondthorpe Hub,
Osmondthorpe Lane,

Opening Times

Opening Hours
Monday08:00 – 20:00
Tuesday08:00 – 16:30
Wednesday08:00 – 16:30
Thursday08:00 – 16:30
Friday08:00 – 16:30

It is advised to contact us beforehand to ensure somebody can see you

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