Turning Point opens Supported Living service in Oxfordshire

News item posted: 19 June 2017

Turning Point, a health and social care organisation, has opened a new Supported Living service in Oxfordshire for people with learning disabilities.

Turning Point will provide supported living for people with a learning disability or autism in their own homes across Oxfordshire, specifically in Carterton, Chipping Norton, Faringdon, Witney and Oxford. The service will support 73 people across 26 properties and start from 1st April.

Fiona Ritchie, Managing Director for Learning Disability Services at Turning Point said: ‘We’re pleased to be supporting people in Oxfordshire and look forward to delivering this service. We provide people with the opportunity to make their own choices in life, and our Supported Living service will enable people to do just that.

‘We will be delivering an improved, modernised service in Oxfordshire with a greater focus on outcomes. Our main aim is to provide the best support possible for people.’