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Oakbridge Centre

We provide a wide range of day opportunities for adults with learning disabilities, who may also have additional complex physical disabilities/ sensory needs, living within the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead.

Our service users range in age from 19 to over 65. Some live at home with parents or relatives, others in group homes or live independently in the community. At our Day Services we aim to help individuals develop their personal skills so that they can take as full a part as possible in the life of the community.

We do this through a wide range of activities, developed and offered according to the needs of the service users. The centre is situated close to Windsor town centre and other local amenities such as the Leisure Centre and parks. Planned activities run from the centre and in the local community. Please see the leaflet under useful documents to the right of this page for further details.

We aim to:

  • Provide parents and carers with a break from caring.
  • Offer a safe, supportive and friendly environment for people with a learning disability to maintain and develop skills.
  • To promote choice, independence and involvement.
  • To support people with a learning disability to maintain and develop friendships and social networks.
  • To offer personalised support for individuals.


Who to contact

Contact Name
Adrian Wachowiak
Contact Position
Assistant Team Manager
01753 778542

Where to go

Oakbridge Centre
Imperial Road



When is it on?

Time of day
Session Information
We are open from Monday to Friday 8.30am - 4.15pm

Other details

Age Range

Local Offer

Is your service accessible?
The Oakbridge Centre is a single storey building with wheelchair access to all areas indoors and out including a Sensory Room and Sensory Garden. All areas are fully accessible for people with mobility issues and wheelchair users and we have two accessible changing areas.

We support with health needs, medication and personal care.

We have vehicles for activities for all individuals including wheelchair users
What are the eligibility criteria for your service?
The service is for adults with learning disabilities who are aged 18+, who may also have additional complex physical disabilities/ sensory needs, living within RBWM.

Eligibility is dependent on the needs of the individual.
How are referrals/applications made to your service?
For RBWM residents, referral to Oakbridge is through the Community Team for People with Learning Disabilities (CTPLD) who can be contacted by calling 01628 670117 or emailing

For people living outside of RBWM, please refer to day services directly.
A referral form is available on request
What is your service standard for responding to referrals/accessing services?
We aim to make contact within 14 days. At present (July 2015) there is no waiting list.

Staff ratio assessment is completed which dictates attendance.

Time scale on attendance is on individual needs.
Who provides / funds your service?
Local Authority
Are children, young people, parents / carers charged for your service?
Details of charges, whether any help is available with costs
This will vary depending on ratio of staff and whether you are an RBWM resident. Please contact the provider for further details.

Morning or afternoon session in daycentre for RBWM service users
ratio 1:1 £81.50
ratio 1:2 £40.70
ratio 1:3 £32.60
ratio 1:5 £16.30
ratio 1:10 £8.10

Morning or afternoon session in daycentre for out of county service users
ratio 1:1 £100.00
ratio 1:2 £71.00
ratio 1:3 £50.60
ratio 1:5 £32.50
ratio 1:10 £18.80
Inspection outcomes/quality awards
We have Health and Safety inspections but Day Services are not inspected by Ofsted or CQC.
Feedback and complaints procedure
Feedback is through regularly meeting with keyworkers and yearly reviews.

You can find further information about the RBWM Social Care complaints process on the RBWM website
Click here
How will I know my child/ young person will be safe using this service?
Risk assessments in place for the venues and for individuals. Staff are all trained in first aid, sensory impairment, manual handling, safeguarding and autism. Staff also have DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) checks.
Local Offer Age Bands
Preparing for Adulthood, Parents and Carers
Supporting people with
  • Autism
  • Behavioural, emotional, social difficulties
  • Hearing impairment
  • Medical needs
  • Physical disabilities
  • Profound and multiple learning difficulties
  • Severe learning difficulties
  • Specific learning difficulties
  • Speech, language communication needs
  • Visual Impairment
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Address: Imperial Road  Windsor  Berkshire

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