Helping to Improve Daily Life

We aim to improve the daily lives of those we care for Alongside meeting their health and wellbeing needs, visits by our carers are welcomed as an opportunity for social interaction. We want our carers to get to know the people they care for well, and we know that seeing a familiar face can be…

A tender moment in daily life help: a caregiver and an elderly man in a wheelchair, sharing a warm and comforting hand-hold in a lush park setting.
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We aim to improve the daily lives of those we care for

Alongside meeting their health and wellbeing needs, visits by our carers are welcomed as an opportunity for social interaction.

We want our carers to get to know the people they care for well, and we know that seeing a familiar face can be important, so we do our very best to arrange visits from same carers each time.

We encourage those we care for to make the most of their days, to socialise and keep up any interests and hobbies. We try to build confidence and encourage independence wherever possible.

Three women sharing a joyful moment over tea and snacks, with the youngest wearing a nurse's uniform, suggesting a warm home care provider-patient relationship.
The people we care for come from diverse backgrounds and cultures. Wherever possible, we try to meet these individual needs by selecting carers who match these respective cultures and languages.

The people we care for come from diverse backgrounds and cultures. Wherever possible, we try to meet these individual needs by selecting carers who match these respective cultures and languages.

Mum has been given a new lease of life with the carers… They have encouraged her to go to the Day Centre. She used to be in the house 24 hours a day, every day.

From the Care Quality Commission report on Oxford House Community Care published March 2019

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Oxford House Community Care has contributed significantly to the well-being of our clients and their families.

    I’ve got a lovely carer. We get on very well together. I don’t know what I’d do if I lost her.

    Client from the Care Quality Commission Report

    I like to have Hayley, nothing is too much trouble for her… She looks after me very well and is always smiling.

    Client from the Care Quality Commission Report

    I love my male carer, he really looks after me and he makes me shepherd’s pie.

    Client from the Customer Satisfaction Index Survey

    Mum has been given a new lease of life with the carers… They have encouraged her to go to the Day Centre. She used to be in the house 24 hours a day, every day.

    Client from the Care Quality Commission Report

    Always pleasant and happy, makes my day.

    Client from the Care Quality Commission Report

    They wait until I tell them that I am ready for them to do what they have to do. To be fair, they are hot on dignity issues.

    Client from the Care Quality Commission Report

    They wait until I tell them that I am ready for them to do what they have to do. To be fair, they are hot on dignity issues.

    Client from the Care Quality Commission Report

    We are very thankful for the services provided by Oxford House Community Care. Keep it up, please.

    Client from the Customer Satisfaction Index Survey

    If you have an issue, you can ring up and they will sort it.

    Client from the Care Quality Commission Report

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