Equicate offer day services for adults with additional needs from 10am to 3pm during the week.
All activities are target based with the development of the individual as a focus at all times. We are a farm environment and activities are suited to those who enjoy the outdoors. We can have a more farm-oriented focus or one directed more towards horse care.
We do also offer weekly shorter sessions of 45 minutes - these can be one-to-one or we can put groups together. We use the horse as a tool to enable students to identify the language of the horse and in turn improve own communication and team work skills.
We look forward to hearing from you. Get in touch (see email below) for further information or to arrange a visit.
Phone: 07749 971361
Address: Deer Farm Stables, Menmarsh Road, Worminghall, Bucks, HP18 9JZ
Down’s Syndrome Oxford is a charity organised and funded by volunteer parents and supporters to provide information, support and activities for children and adults with Down’s Syndrome and their families living in Oxfordshire.
The members include parents, grandparents, friends, teachers, teaching assistants, therapists, medical professionals – anyone with a passion for supporting people with Down’s Syndrome.
All the funds DSO receives are generated by fundraising efforts by members and the generosity of their supporters. There is no membership fee and most activities are free, although they may ask for a small contribution at some events.
Song Unite offers an inclusive, quality and creative art, song writing, recording studio and television production experience. Groups of students are inspired to collaborate to create and write an original song, record and produce it, and more. Workshops and Projects are targeted at all age groups - children, young people and adults with learning disabilities and special educational needs.
Song Unite link and work together in partnership with Schools, Organisations and Groups within the community in Oxfordshire and throughout the UK. Projects are adaptable to group requirements and needs and range from 2-hour introductory "taster" sessions to one week creative projects.
Telephone: 07977 145677
Farms offer a space where people can learn and develop in an outdoor, open environment. The Farm Inspiration Trust currently runs two programmes on FAI (Food Animal Initiative) Farms in Wytham, 5 miles from the centre of Oxford:
- FarmAbility is a day service for adults with autism and learning disabilities
- Outdoor Classroom provides educational visits to the farm for school children
Phone Number: 01865 245604
Adress The Farm Inspiration Trust, The Field Station, Wytham, Oxford OX2 8QJ
Hft North Oxfordshire provides a range of person-centred support services for people with learning disabilities, including supported living and domiciliary care, residential care, leisure activities, and work, volunteering and learning opportunities.
Phone: 01295 267906
Address: 47c Broad Street, Banbury, OX16 5BT