Some people need extra care or support - practical or emotional - to lead an active life and do the everyday things that many of us take for granted. Oxfordshire is working to provide a social care system that provides care for those who need it, and which enables people to retain their independence and dignity.
Oxfordshire County Council is the local authority responsible for promoting people’s well-being, focusing on prevention and providing information and advice. Find out more here.
Oxfordshire County Council supports people to live their lives as successfully, independently and safely as possible. Oxfordshire Support Finder tells you about support services across Oxfordshire. Find out more here.
The Care Act came into effect from 1 April 2015 and Local Authorities have a general responsibility to promote people’s well-being, focusing on prevention and providing information and advice against a consistent, national criteria. Find out about the Care Act here.