SODC Support to Help People Live Independently

South Oxfordshire District Council (SODC) has made it easier for people with disabilities, or who are vulnerable, to receive housing assistance grants and loans.  This support is to help make their homes safer and more comfortable, to support them to live independently and to reduce hospital admissions.

While SODC has always provided a grants and loans service for vulnerable people to help their homes better suit their needs, the new Housing Assistance Grants and Loans policy has extended what’s on offer.

The maximum grant available has increased from £30,000 to £50,000 and a grant is also now available for people living with dementia.  In addition, SODC is working to improve the service in order to reduce the waiting times for work to be carried out.

The first step for anybody who wants to apply for a Disabled Facilities Grant is to contact an Occupational Therapist to see if they’re eligible.  For more information on applying for grants and loans please see the SODC dedicated website page.

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