Aims and Objectives
The residential units provide and maintain a family home for the residents in our care.
Our aim is to help each individual to develop to become a valued member of their community through gaining competence in the following areas: physically, intellectually, emotionally, socially and spiritually. This is achieved by sensitive recognition and nurturing the potential in each individual.
Staff are responsible for the needs and requirements of each individual; each resident is assigned their own individual key worker. All residents have an input in the choice matters regarding food preferences, bedtime, dress and the day to day running of their home as well as individual choice in decoration and furnishing of their rooms. It is the policy of The Oaklands to promote self advocacy, enabling them to take control of their life giving self respect and motivation. Our aims are to achieve maximum independence whilst offering the highest level of care covering physical, emotional and recreational needs.
General Data Protection Regulations
Within The Oaklands Complex all information is processed, stored and distributed in accordance with current General Data Protection Regulations.
For respite care enquiries contact
Dave Wint – Registered Manager
Dan Pendered – Deputy Manager
Call us today on 01623 842080 or use the contact form below.