Technology for Independence project for people with learning disabilities

SUPPORTED LIVING

Involving people with learning difficulties in actitivies within the community

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Technology for Independence project for people with learning disabilities

COMMUNICATIONS

Working for Style Acre for people with learning disabilities

WORK FOR STYLE ACRE

Support Style Acre and help us to provide additional services to people with learning disabilities

SUPPORT US

Welcome to Style Acre

Supporting people with learning disabilities

Style Acre enhances the lives of people with learning disabilities in creative and innovative ways. Each and every individual we support is valued and helped to lead a meaningful life whilst realising their potential.

Style Acre is committed to enabling the people we support make choices about their lives. Style Acre provides day opportunities, supported living,work development and community involvement for adults with learning disabilities, across Oxfordshire.

 With an excellent reputation within the learning disability & charity sector, the community and social services, Style Acre is considered a forward-looking organisation, committed to developing new services and working in partnership with individuals and their families.

Style Acre is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and is an approved provider with Oxfordshire County Council.

Vacancies

We currently have the following vacancies:

Support  Manager in Banbury 

Staff throughout South Oxfordshire

Why not join the Style Acre team? We are increasing our services and have vacancies in Didcot, Henley, Oxford, Wallingford and Witney.
More information.



Give money to Style Acre at no cost to you when you shop online at your favourite stores.

We know that having friends is important to the people we support and our activities help them to have fun and interesting social lives.

People who use our services can explore a variety of work opportunities and hobbies. The emphasis is on the person, and what's right for them.

The Technology for Independence project will ensure the people we support have access to all suitable technologies that will enhance their lives and increase independence.

We help people to gain valuable experience by doing voluntary work in the Style Acre shop and in our tea room.

We help the people we support to enjoy a wide range of sporting and leisure activities including horseriding, yoga, arts and crafts, cycling, music and dance, swimming, drumming, bowling and cinema.

We work with individuals and their families to help people we support become valued members of the community.

Give money to Style Acre at no cost to you when you shop online at your favourite stores.

We know that having friends is important to the people we support and our activities help them to have fun and interesting social lives.

People who use our services can explore a variety of work opportunities and hobbies. The emphasis is on the person, and what's right for them.

The Technology for Independence project will ensure the people we support have access to all suitable technologies that will enhance their lives and increase independence.

We help people to gain valuable experience by doing voluntary work in the Style Acre shop and in our tea room.

We help the people we support to enjoy a wide range of sporting and leisure activities including horseriding, yoga, arts and crafts, cycling, music and dance, swimming, drumming, bowling and cinema.

We work with individuals and their families to help people we support become valued members of the community.


LATEST NEWS
Clipart Wishing everyone we support at Style Acre, our staff, our volunteers and our supporters

a Happy Christmas and Peaceful New Year.

We are grateful 2015 is a special year for Style Acre – we will have been supporting people with learning disabilities for 20 years. to everyone who has helped Style Acre develop into a leading provider of support for people with learning disabilities in Oxfordshire and who has supported our person-centred ethos that people with learning disabilitites should be empowered to make their own decisions about the lives they want to lead.

In 2014 we continued to grow, supporting more people at our day opportunities in Wallingford and Didcot and in supported living. We found work opportunities for the people we support at our Tea Room,charity shop, market garden and the many local companies who continue to support us this way.

Samantha Cameron hosts charity reception for Style AcreWe were left a legacy and wanted to ensure this important gift would have lasting benefit: we bought a large 3 storey property in Banbury (an old nightclub!) which will provide Day Opportunities and apartments for supported living.  We fundraised to pay for the refurbishment and received support from Samantha Cameron, who hosted a Downing Street reception and many companies, Trusts and individuals in the Banbury area (watch the BBC report here).  We will open our Banbury doors next Spring. 

After winning ‘Charity of the Year’ at the Thames Valley Business Magazine Awards in late 2013, we were delighted to win the Business & Community Awards for ‘Best use of Technology’ in November 2014. We were chosen for our innovative approach in developing bespoke technology programmes for the people we support.

We think 20 years is worth celebrating! Look out for activities and events where you can celebrate with us too


Skydive for Style Acre Saturday 4th July, 2015 Chiltern Airfield, WallingfordWhy not step out of your comfort zone and join our tandem skydive team for a fun-packed day out! Cick here for more information.    

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What we do


Supporting people with learning disabilities in Oxfordshire
Supported Living

How we support people with learning disabilities to live in your own homes, with friends or with family
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Leisure and work-related activities for people with learning disabilities
Community Involvement

Providing leisure and work-related activities in the community.
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Developing work related skills for people with learning disabilities in Oxfordshire
Day opportunities

Taking part in activities to foster and nurture individuals' self-worth and value.
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Leisure and work-related activities for people with learning disabilities
Work Development

Gaining confidence and developing with our work experience programme.
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