Oaklea Vision - A society where individuals are enabled to be effective citizens irrespective of age, disability or disadvantage. Our Mission - To support individuals to achieve their aspirations through care, education & development; encouraging independence and maximising capabilities; to support communities to maximise their impact upon the lives of beneficiaries and value to society.


We can help you.

Oaklea provide high standards of care and aim to enable individuals to be as independent as possible. Whatever your circumstances, if you have a need then we can help you access the right levels of support.

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We can advise you.

Our team of over 400 employees comprises highly qualified and experienced individuals who can advise and assist in every aspect of professional care. You can call us on 01539 735 025 or get in touch by email at enquiries@oakleatrust.co.uk

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You can support us.

Oaklea is a charity. Our existence and continued operation relies on external funding, the generosity of benevolent individuals and organisations. If you'd like to help support our work, then we'd love to hear from you.

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What's On Offer

For older people

Find out about our specialist Home Care services, welcome home from hospital service or our Golden Moments Companion Care

For people with learning and physical disabilities

Find out more about the support we can provide with independent living, employment, community participation, and good health and wellbeing.

For young people

Find out about the clubs and activities on offer for young people, as well as information on Wishlist.

News + Events

Simon

Sharing the expertise - Could Alston replicate the Appleby Hub success?


Profile: Oaklea, 09th Dec, 2019

Love is in the air - for enterprising ideas! Further to the news we shared with you in the summer regarding possibly developing a former school building in Alston, Cumbria. We can now update you. We are now acting in a supportive role with the 'Alston Old Primary Working Group'.

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Profile: Right2Work, 21st Nov, 2019

This week our Right2Work (R2W) CIC 'Work & Learn' Team have been marking National 'Learning Disability Work Week' (18-22 Nov).

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