Care provider reaches new milestone after winning contracts for six Extra Care schemes in Oxfordshire

Radis Community Care, a leading provider of community based social care, reaches a new milestone of providing services in over 60 Extra Care housing schemes in the UK, after recently winning contracts for six schemes in Oxfordshire.

In partnership with Oxfordshire County Council, Radis enables individuals over the age of 55 who require extra support to live independently across the four picturesque towns of Banbury, Chipping Norton, Abingdon and Witney.

The schemes are perfect for individuals who want to take control of their own finances, social life and independence while still having access to support in their later years.

Deepesh Patel, co-founder and executive director of Radis said: “After being at the forefront of providing care and support since 2010, we’re so proud to be known as a leading Extra Care provider in the UK. Radis’ ethos of Extra Care has always been a ‘home for life’, enabling people to live with on hand support in a safe environment. Being able to now offer support to more people is just an incredible feeling.”

 Deepesh continued: “Myself and Samir, fellow executive director and co-founder, are incredibly grateful to all our amazing staff for supporting us to reach this amazing milestone and build such a caring company.”

North Park Gardens, North Stanbridge House and North Willow Gardens are just a few of Radis’ fully equipped apartments with onsite or close-by facilities such as hair salons, post offices, restaurants and therapy rooms.

North Stanbridge House, Petypher House and Fernleigh are also fitted with pendant alarms, door and bed sensors and fall alarms that give individuals peace of mind that their care needs can be met.

Care teams are also on hand to support residents with everyday tasks and getting out into the community.

Allie Gillespie, the area manager said: “The beauty of these facilities is that they can provide the right level of support depending on an individual’s needs, so if that’s just a pendant alarm, or regular visits from a carer, these schemes offer people a fully-tailored package.”

 The six schemes will open up exciting new job opportunities for carers across Oxfordshire. These are roles are perfect for anyone looking looking to make a real difference to people’s lives.

 If you are interested in a position at one of these schemes please email or call 0330 100 8181 or visit for more information on their Extra Care.

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