“Move Together” to Help Vulnerable Residents

A new county-wide programme “Move Together” has been launched to support Oxfordshire residents most affected by Covid-19 to move more and protect their health and wellbeing.

South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse district councils will work with Active Oxfordshire and the other districts across the county to provide personalised support for people who are clinically extremely vulnerable and who have been shielding, and any residents whose health has been affected by the lockdowns over the past year.

A wide range of support and choices of activities will be available to residents through the councils’ Active Communities team, including home activity packs, phone calls/befriender services, community activities and exercise sessions for specific conditions.

The support provided will be personalised to each individual based on their specific needs and will be provided by physical activity specialists.

Move Together will reach vulnerable residents across the county, helping them to increase their physical activity levels in a way that works for them.

For more information visit: www.getoxfordshireactive.org/move-together.

This entry was posted in SODC and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.