Style Acre supports 288 people with learning disabilities and autism throughout Oxfordshire.
Our person-centred support ranges from 24-hour care for those with complex learning, health and /or physical disabilities to a few hours support per week for those who live more independently. We are rated ‘outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the independent regulator for adult health and social care services.
People we support are given the freedom and independence to live with peers in a supported environment through our supported living households. We also run three community hubs in Wallingford, Didcot and Banbury so that people with learning disabilities can get the best out of their local communities. People can also access sessions at Wantage Market Garden through our Gardening Project, where we teach a range of gardening skills that benefit physical and mental health. Our Work Programme team supports people to gain paid and voluntary work opportunities both within Style Acre and with local companies.
Style Acre is an approved provider with Oxfordshire County Council.