Health and wellbeing centres | Oxfordshire County Council

Health and wellbeing centres

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

Our health and wellbeing centres support adults with physical disabilities of all ages, older frail adults, and older adults with dementia, mental health problems and learning disabilities.

You can view some of the activities at our centres in a picture gallery.

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What we do

We support adults with physical disabilities, mental health problems and dementia.

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Abingdon

Our largest centre boasts a pottery kiln and extensive craft and IT facilities.

Abingdon Health and Wellbeing Centre

Banbury

We are situated in the heart of the community and have good links with the local secondary school.

Banbury Health and Wellbeing Centre

Bicester

At the heart of the centre is an attractive garden accessible for people with mobility problems.

Bicester Health and Wellbeing Centre

Book a room at Abingdon

Guide to booking a room at our Abingdon centre

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Didcot

A friendly and homely atmosphere, good community links and a monthly Sunday lunch club.

Didcot Health and Wellbeing Centre

Oxford Options

Weekly Carers' Groups, daily seated exercise group and an attractive garden

Oxford Options Health and Wellbeing Centre

Wallingford

We provide specialist groups for people with dementia type illnesses.

Wallingford Health and Wellbeing Centre

Wantage

Community computer classes are available as well as a daily lunch club.

Wantage Health and Wellbeing Centre

Volunteering

We need volunteers to help at day centres across Oxfordshire.

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