Welcome to our new webpage and re-branded logo. It’s been a long journey to get here but having now arrived, it’s certainly been a journey worth undertaking. With renewed enthusiasm since COVID hit, this change has been necessary in the Organisation re-setting and focussing on the mission and values that it wants to achieve. Our new logo is reflective of the ways that we work today, and in the future, in partnership with others to help support the supported person and staff grow alike. I am excited for what the future holds and the opportunities that the Society will be able to embark upon….

27th February – 5th March – You Can Care Week

YouCanCare Week is all about shining a spotlight on the incredible people working in the care sector and encouraging others to come and join. The week is run by the UK’s leading home care provider Home Instead and highlights the rewarding role of being a CAREGiver. The theme this year focuses on how people can

1st – 31st March – National Bed Month

National Bed Month is observed in March every year throughout the U.K. This awareness event was founded by the National Sleep Council and the National Bed Federation in the U.K. to promote the benefits of good sleep. Throughout the month, the event aims to encourage people to sleep better and advise them how to do

11th March 2023 – Men’s Day out

It’s time to round up your mates, sign up for our flagship Men’s Day Out and walk, talk and remember together.On Saturday 11 March you can join the mass of big-hearted men marching through Plymouth to support the compassionate care St Luke’s provides for hundreds of local families at the toughest times in their lives.https://www.stlukes-hospice.org.uk/blog-mens-day-out-2023-makes-mindful-miles-matter/

14th – 20th March – Nutrition & Hydration Week.

The goal of Nutrition and Hydration Week is to connect with healthcare practitioners working in medical, catering, and care settings, and to use their knowledge to create a fantastic campaign that everyone can get behind. Roughly three million individuals are facing the risk of malnutrition in the United Kingdom and many more internationally. The global

20th March – International Day of Happiness

If you’re happy and you know it, celebrate it on International Day of Happiness on March 20! Other than being in a neutral state, happy is how we should mostly be. Unfortunately, emotions like anger and sadness are increasingly becoming a default way to be for a lot of us, so here’s a day to

27th March – 2nd April – World Autism Acceptance Week

World Autism Acceptance Week is back from 27 March – 2 April 2023! Our theme for 2023 is colour, and we have a new virtual challenge, the Spectrum Colour Challenge; a new in-person event, the Spectrum Colour Walks; and lots of ideas to get your fundraising off to a colourful start.  https://www.autism.org.uk/get-involved/raise-money/world-autism-acceptance-week-2023

1st – 30th April – Stress Awareness Month

Stress can be debilitating, and it can cause and/or aggravate health problems. And since stress is a normal part of human existence — nobody is immune to it — it’s important to arm ourselves with knowledge so that we recognize when stress rears its ugly head. (Amazingly, we don’t always notice it’s happening to us.)