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Spring Self Care Tips

Spring is in the air here in #AccessibleCornwall and the changing of the season is the perfect reason to indulge in some self care. Today we thought we’d share with you some of our top spring self care tips, enjoy! Take a Walk Outdoors We are so lucky to live in Cornwall, with so many […]

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Common Misconceptions of the Care Industry

The care industry, like many professions, is riddled with common misconceptions and stereotypes, which often tarnishes the amazing work staff do. Today we thought we’d share with you some of these myths and give you an insight into the realities of working for a care agency like us! Common Misconceptions of the Care Industry ‘I’ll […]

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Small Acts of Kindness this Christmas

With Christmas fast approaching, everything looks and feels a little festive. We all get swept up in our own celebrations, from Christmas food and gift shopping to putting up the tree and lights. It’s easy to forget about others at this time of year, outside of our friends and family. Issues such as homelessness, addiction […]

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What Makes us #ProudtoCare?

This year we launched our #ProudtoCare campaign, to highlight the amazing work our staff members do everyday. We are also raising the profile of the care industry, its issues, misconceptions and of course, its positive impact on the community. We’ve asked our staff what makes them #ProudtoCare and today we thought we’d share with you […]

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half term fun accessible cornwall

Half Term Fun in #AccessibleCornwall

October half term is fast approaching and with the kids off school you’re probably looking for exciting, fun-filled activities to keep them entertained! This week we share with you some of the many accessibility friendly events being held this half term. Things to Do this Half Term   Fun in the Woods with Greensouls – […]

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We’re Going on a Stawberry Hunt!

This week I joined Stayathome Paediatric Care Support Workers, Hayley and Louise, on a strawberry hunt with one of our Holiday Care clients. We escaped the Cornish rain and headed to Mitchell Fruit Garden, off the A30. There were plenty of fruits to pick (and perhaps taste!) but the strawberry tunnels caught our eye first. […]

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Accessible Days Out in Cornwall

To conclude our #AccessibleCornwall series we thought we would share some of the many accessible attractions the county has to offer. There’s something for everyone in Cornwall, from fun days out to theatre performances and of course some surfing too! Here at Stayathome, our Care Support Workers are on hand to assist your family during […]

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Dog Friendly Beaches Cornwall

Accessible Dog Friendly Beaches Cornwall

Cornwall, like many coastal counties across the UK, imposes an annual dog ban on many of its beaches during the summer. However, there are still plenty of places that are dog friendly throughout the year, though they may be harder to find! Today we’ve decided to share with you some local knowledge and have compiled […]

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A Day in the Life of Linda | Elder Care Support Worker

Last week I was invited to follow Stayathome Care Support Worker Linda on the Elder care round, visiting clients across the Roseland Peninsula. I arrived bright and early at the Stayathome office, where I received Infection Control training and was handed my uniform for the day. Soon Linda arrived and away we went! We checked […]

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Accessible Beaches in Cornwall

The sun is starting to shine a little more and school summer holidays are just around the corner. It’s that time of year again to start thinking about some Great British summer breaks! This week we thought we’d share with you some of the many disability friendly, accessible beaches in Cornwall to help you plan […]

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