The Alexandra House of Joy
There will be six bedrooms available for respite stays for adults with profound and severe disabilities aged 35 years and upwards.
We will offer opportunities to adults with learning disabilities in the local communities; access to the day time support centre, music room, sensory room, computer room, art and craft and outdoor activities.
The House will be set in well planned, landscaped sensory gardens with easy access pathways - we're so excited to get it underway!
Please donate to support our cause...and here's why.
Of the 22 day centres for adults with learning disabilities in Oxfordshire pre-2016, only 8 remain throughout the whole county.
The 'new service' now sees our adults with learning disabilities (LD), alongside local elderly people. They have Dementia, Alzheimer's, Strokes, Parkinsons and similar conditions.
This is totally wrong for both groups. Our adults like noise, music, fun, exciting activities....whilst the elderly like peace and quiet.
Neither of these community groups had a choice in how they would be cared for and supported. This is why we have found a better way forward with our Charity.
We want to empower our adults to have a voice, we want to support those caring for our adults and, most importantly, we want every one of the people using our facilities to feel heard, respected, included and loved.
Join us in spearheading this exciting new project in Oxfordshire! Your financial and practical support are hugely needed...
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Charity No: 1176900
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