Oldham One to One Service

3 women in a selfie with Liverpool in the backgroundPerson-centred one to one support for adults who have a support need living independently.

It is the aim of the service to support KeyRing Members to gain skills to live independently in their own homes.

The Community Enablers work alongside a wide range of outside agencies to deliver a high quality service. These include Adult Services, health professionals, mental health professionals, substance misuse agencies, housing, probation, police, benefit agencies, CAB, the local community, voluntary organisations, parents and carers.

These are some examples of support provided by the service:

Tenancy related issues


Benefit support


Accessing and engaging in employment/Education/Training & Volunteering

Social inclusion


Medical issues/appointments

Exploring hobbies and interests and developing these into meaningful activities

Life skills including cooking, maintaining the home, shopping

Health and fitness

Community Inclusion – support to find out about what is available in the area, attend groups, hubs, activities, gardening projects etc.

Developing and maintaining positive friendships and relationships

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To be eligible for this service a person must:

  • Have had an assessment under the Care Act and have identified support needs
  • Be funded via a personal budget

Members can self-fund with agreement from Adult Social Care or Community Mental Health Services


For more information about the service, please contact:

Donna Calverley donna.calverley@keyring.org - 07825 426 850

Louise O’Neal louise.oneal@keyring.org - 07908 102 699

Or the North West Office on 0161 628 4133