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Oasis Care.

Dedicated To Providing The Best Social Care In Your Home

Putting Your Care First


Who Is Oasis?

OASIS Care & Training Agency is a London based  UK Registered Charity that works with individuals, families, communities  and government agencies  to support people in having independent lives  that are filled with possibilities and choice. Operating for over 25 years of offering support we now employ over 200 staff and operate in 15 London boroughs, with an annual income in excess of £8 million per year.


OASIS Care provides these supervised services to the indivual at home:

  • Personal Care

  • Maintaining Health

  • Emotional well-being and personal development

  • Meals and nutrition

  • Housework and laundry

  • And many other services  See more >>


We can offer a wide range of career opportunities with free training including:


  • Care Workers

  • Care Supervisors

  • Care Co-coordinators

  • Care Administrators

  • Vocational trainers and Assessors

  • And many other options  See more >>

Better Care Starts with You!


"Following our conversation earlier I wanted to say how fantastic our carer Q is. She is very caring and very professional in the way she cares for my mother. We really appreciate her kindness and the attention she has given my mother.”


David (Clients Son)

“My care worker is a wonderful carer who looks after me. She makes sure I get my medication twice a day. Also she talks to me about the old days.

Miss Baker


"Dear L, we just wanted to say a big thank you for your care for mum Miss King. We know she was safe in your hands. You were always so kind and caring towards her and she really appreciated it.”

Shea, Lois & Ellen (Clients Family)

“I would like to express my appreciation for all the help, assistance and understanding you have given to me over the last few months which i felt went well beyond what might be expected. I would particularly like to thank you for your help on the weekend I was feeling quite poorly when you arranged for an unplanned carer to come in and help me."

Miss Mills

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