Infinite Oasis Care (IOC) is a charity dedicated to providing a safe and comfortable adult day care environment that has enriched the lives of members of the community for over 25 years. We started out offering our services to the African, Caribbean community and have since extended our services to all within our local area.
With the breakdown of the family unit and the current economic climate, many of our elderly face an isolating and lonely existence. At IOC, we are dedicated to making sure that everyone has the chance to be a part of an extended family.
- A warm and caring environment where you are respected and your dignity is maintained.
- Stimulating and educational activities – to enhance mental and physical wellbeing.
- An opportunity to socialize with peers and be part of an extended family.
- A well deserved break for care givers.
- We make birthdays and holidays a celebration and honour the uniqueness of each individual.
- Nutritious meals and snacks.
- Transportation to and from the Centre.
We are culturally sensitive centre and work collaboratively with other professionals such as: Adult Social Services; Dementia Support; local Alzheimer’s Society; local Age UK to name a few
Infinite Oasis Care aims to promote the well-being of older adults who are socially isolated; physically, visually and cognitively impaired, in a safe and secure environment, thereby enabling them to remain in the community and lead an active and independent life as possible.
Infinite Oasis Care is a high quality provider of day care services for Older Adults; to enhance their well-being by helping them to build their confidence and improving their quality of life so that it is commensurate with national service framework for older people care standards.
“Home is boring now that children have grown up and gone”
“I really like coming here, it gets me out of the house and I have made friends and have a laugh with the staff and volunteers”
“Get on with people. Sitting in doors I would not see as many people. Get to socialise. We laugh and talk”