Home Care or Living Independently

If you are finding it hard to cope living at home, you may be able to get assistance to remain in your home and to have your home adapted for your needs.

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Community Integrated Locality Teams

For the over 18s these teams bring together community health teams and adult social care teams to work together around an individual,  enabling people to stay in their usual place of residence when and wherever possible. Read more here...

Equipment Aids and Adaptations

These are available to Oxfordshire residents with certain chronic conditions. Read more here...

Online request for equipment to support you in your home

Oxfordshire residents who have difficulty washing, bathing or managing steps in their own home can self-assess their needs and choose the right equipment to help them. Read more here...

Adaptations to Homes

Adaptations to your home are possible, sometimes funded by a Disabled Facilities Grant. Read more here...

Just Checking

Technology improvements to support living independently are increasingly available, for example Just Checking is an easy-to-use online activity monitoring system that helps people who are becoming forgetful to stay independent in their own home. Read more here...

Personal Assistants

Personal assistants are people from all walks of life who work for people who require social care. They help with everyday things like going to the shops or taking the dog to the vet but can also provide personal care such as washing and getting dressed. Read more here...

Day Centres

If you need a relaxed, friendly environment or serious help and support, there are day centres for adults of all ages in Oxfordshire. They provide places where people can receive care and support and have fun socialising, while feeling at home and retaining their independence. Read more here...

Connection Floating Support

Connection Floating Support is a service which supports you to live independently. Read more here...