Our response to Covid-19 - ensuring safe care, admissions and care home visits.

OSJCT Moments

Rodley House cycle challenge for Dementia Action Week

Rodley House cycle challenge for Dementia Action Week

The team and residents at Rodley House have been fundraising this month to support Dementia Action Week, this included a 24-hour static bike cycle challenge from 8am Thursday to 8am Friday 21 May.

Team members at Rodley House who kept the wheels turning on two indoor exercise bike, included Activities Coordinator Dawn Copeland who organised the fundraising events. Earlier in May the home held a cake sale, with bakes donated by residents’ family members and muffins donated by the local Tesco.

Athelstan House attracts a nesting blue tit

Athelstan House attracts a nesting blue tit

We have a blue tit nesting in a bird box, kindly donated by amazing volunteer Lynn, at Athelstan House, Malmesbury. Chicks arrived earlier this week, it's very exciting!

Technology and memories: the perfect recipe for National Baking Day

Technology and memories: the perfect recipe for National Baking Day

Residents at Chilterns Court Care Centre in Henley-on-Thames turned to the home’s iPads to join an online virtual baking workshop to celebrate National Baking Day on 17 May. Read more...

Residents enjoy virtual afternoon tea

Residents enjoy virtual afternoon tea

Residents of Spencer Court Care Home in Woodstock have enjoyed an afternoon tea with a virtual twist: their guests and entertainment were beamed in over Zoom. Read more

Residents celebrate new refurb

Residents celebrate new refurb

Henry Cornish Care Centre in Chipping Norton recently celebrated the launch of the home’s newly refurbished café, salon, spa, and reception area with a party for residents in their social bubbles and virtual guests who joined over Zoom. Read more

Captain Sir Tom Moore 100 challenge

Captain Sir Tom Moore 100 challenge

Residents at Edwardstow Court in Stow-on-the-Wold took on the Captain Tom 100 challenge to celebrate his birthday. The residents decided they would plant 100 bulbs so they could enjoy the benefits of the challenge for many years to come.

Sian Howse, Deputy Manager, said “The residents enjoyed planting the bulbs with Wayne, our Handy person, everyone was talking about all the money Captain Tom raised last year and how they are looking forward to seeing the bulbs grow”

Join Mailing List

Full Name
We will use this information provided above to contact you in the future. For further details on how your data is used and stored, please see our privacy policy.
X