Daytime support | Oxfordshire County Council

Daytime support

There are day centres for adults of all ages and needs in Oxfordshire. Organised by voluntary groups and us, they provide places where people can receive care and support and have fun socialising, while feeling at home and retaining their independence.

They support adults with physical disabilities, older frail adults, people with dementia, mental health problems and learning disabilities. Services are tailored to a person’s individual and cultural needs. They also provide a valuable break for carers.

Changes to service

The council’s health and wellbeing centres and learning disability support services are changing.

On 1 October 2017 they will be replaced by a community support service. Find out more about what’s changing.

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Changes to daytime support

Daytime support from the council is changing and being replaced by a new community support service.

Day services

Services and support for adults with learning disabilities in Oxfordshire.

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Health and wellbeing centres

We aim to help people live as independently as possible in their own homes and communities.

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Volunteering to support people with a learning disability

How you can make a practical difference to the lives of people who use our services.

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