Its important to note that under election rules Nicola is not currently an MP, as Parliament has been dissolved until after the General Election on June 8th 2017.
News / Slider / July 9, 2016

Visiting residents at Daybreak

Nicola visited the Lilacs Club at Daybreak Kidlington to chat with residents and staff over tea and coffee and a game of skittles. Daybreak provides a break of carers of people with Dementia, giving residents high quality care as well as an enjoyable day for the member.

Nicola also spoke with staff about fundraising activity and their good feedback in recent County Council inspections. Across the country, Oxfordshire’s Adult Social Care services have been ranked in the top 5% of local authorities in achieving outcomes judged against the Adult Social Care Framework.

For more information Daybreak, see here: http://www.daybreak-oxford.org.uk

Nicola says:  It was a pleasure to visit the Lilacs Club and to hear from staff and residents how much they enjoy spending time here. Dementia affects everyone differently it is so important not to feel isolated. Its a relaxed atmosphere with fun activities and access to help and advice.



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