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Oxfordshire

Find support in Oxfordshire

If you're looking for support in the Oxfordshire area, browse our current vacancies here.

People accessing our support will need to:

  • Be in receipts of benefits

    You will need to be receiving benefits or be able to make direct payments

  • Have a social worker

    Or an advocate

Browse available vacancies in Oxfordshire

  • Headington (OX3) - reference: 2001

    Overview

    Saxon Way provides respite accommodation to people with a learning disability and/or autism. It enables them and their families to have a break.

    We offer stays that can be just a single night, or up to two weeks.

    The property is a ground floor building, with five bedrooms, open plan lounge and dining room, kitchen, wet room, bathroom, and two separate toilets.

    The environment is purpose built to meet the needs of people with physical disabilities.

    Key features

    • Respite care
    • Mobility equipment
    • Sensory activities

    Local area

    The property is within walking distance of Headington shops and amenities. It is also located near the bus route into Oxford city centre.

    Staff team

    • There is a dedicated and compassionate staff team
    • We tailor activities to meet the needs of the individual and develop support plans as we get to know people better
    • We focus on promoting independence and choice, using each person's preferred method of communication
    • We can help support the transition to adult services

    Family and friends

    Through our respite care, we can offer families and carers a well-deserved break.

    We understand how important friendships are and we support people to maintain their relationships.

    Take a virtual tour

    To have a look around Saxon Way, please follow the link below.

    View virtual tour

    Make an enquiry

    For further information, please contact the business development team.

    Email: ProjectManagersBusinessDevelopment@brandontrust.org - quoting reference 2001
  • Didcot OX11 - reference: 2002

    Overview

    Woodview provides respite accommodation to people with a learning disability. It enables them and their families/carers to have a break.

    The property is a bungalow with five bedrooms. It has an open plan lounge and dining room, kitchen, activity room, shower room, bathroom, and two separate toilets.

    There is a small garden with a seating area and relaxing lighting.

    Woodview offers a relaxing environment with access to sensory equipment, arts and crafts, and karaoke machine.

    Key features

    • Respite care
    • Activity room
    • Sensory equipment

    Local area

    The property is located on a bus route into Didcot.

    Staff team

    At Woodview:

    • We have a caring and enthusiastic staff team who want your stay to be as enjoyable as possible
    • We can support people with learning disabilities and physical disabilities, and will tailor our support to your individual needs
    • We promote an all-inclusive experience
    • We want you to build upon skills you already have and offer the opportunity to learn new ones
    • You make your own choices; choose which room you stay in, what activities you do, what meals you eat, how you receive your personal care and support with health needs

    Family and friends

    Through our respite care, we can offer families and carers a well-deserved break.

    We understand how important it is to build and maintain friendships and we will support you to do this.

    Take a virtual tour

    To have a look around Woodview, please follow the link below.

    View virtual tour

    Make an enquiry

    For further information, please contact the business development team.

    Email: ProjectManagersBusinessDevelopment@brandontrust.org - quoting reference 2002
  • Banbury (OX16) - reference: 2003

    Overview

    Neithrop Avenue provides respite accommodation to adults with a learning disability and/or autism, enabling them and their family/carers to have a break. The accommodation can also meet the needs of people with physical difficulties.

    The property is a bungalow with five bedrooms, open plan lounge and dining room, kitchen, wet room, bathroom, and two separate toilets.

    There is a small garden with a patio and relaxing lighting.

    Neithrop Avenue offers a relaxing environment with access to sensory equipment, arts and crafts, and karaoke machine.

    Key features

    • Respite care
    • Local amenities
    • Wheelchair accessible vehicle
    • Good public transport links
    • Sensory equipment
    • Garden

    Local area

    The property is located close to Banbury town centre and a local leisure park with shops and entertainment venues.

    There are good train and bus links to the wider Oxfordshire area and further afield.

    Staff team

    At Neithrop Avenue:

    • We have a dedicated and compassionate staff team who want your stay to be as enjoyable as possible
    • We can support people with learning disabilities and physical disabilities, and will tailor our support to your individual needs
    • We promote an all-inclusive experience
    • We can help support a transition into adult services
    • You make your own choices; choose which room you stay in, what activities you do, what meals you eat, how you receive your personal care and support with health needs

    Family and friends

    Through our respite care, we can offer families and carers a well-deserved break.

    We understand how important it is to build and maintain friendships and we will support you to do this.

    Take a virtual tour

    To have a look around Neithrop Avenue, please follow the link below.

    View virtual tour

    Make an enquiry

    For further information, please contact the business development team.

    Email: ProjectManagersBusinessDevelopment@brandontrust.org - quoting reference 2003
  • Witney (OX28) - reference: 2004

    Overview

    April Cottage provides respite accommodation to people with a learning disability and/or autism. It enables them and their families to have a break.

    We offer stays that can be just a single night, or up to two weeks.

    The property is a ground floor building, with four bedrooms, open plan lounge and dining room, kitchen, wet room, and bathroom.

    The environment is purpose built to meet the needs of people with physical disabilities.

    Key features

    • Respite care
    • Mobility equipment
    • Local amenities
    • Sensory activities
    • Minibus
    • Public transport links

    Local area

    The property is located on the outskirts of Witney. There are local shops and amenities within walking distance. The area has good bus links to the wider Oxfordshire area and further afield.

    Staff team

    • There is a dedicated and compassionate staff team
    • We tailor activities to meet the needs of the individual and develop support plans as we get to know people better
    • We focus on promoting independence and choice, using each person's preferred method of communication
    • We can help support the transition to adult services
    • We promote an all-inclusive experience

    Family and friends

    Through our respite care, we can offer families and carers a well-deserved break.

    We understand how important friendships are and we support people to maintain their relationships.

    Take a virtual tour

    To have a look around April Cottage, please follow the link below.

    View virtual tour

    Make an enquiry

    For further information, please contact the business development team.

    Email: ProjectManagersBusinessDevelopment@brandontrust.org - quoting reference 2004

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