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Living Options’ Hub Coordinator and Travel Blogger Becki Discovers Powderham Gardens in a New Video

This month we met with our Countryside Mobility partner Powderham Castle highlighting their accessible heritage site, and beautiful gardens and […]

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Administrator

Devon-wide, dynamic, progressive, user-led organisation seeks:   Operations Coordinator £22,183 per annuum Full time 37 hours per week Permanent Exeter […]

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Photography Course Available from Living Options and Well Image in July and August

Photography Course Available from Living Options and Well Image in July and August

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Framing Nature Photography Course

Living Options Devon and Well Image CIC are running an online photography meet up in six sessions during July and […]

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50 years of Pride

This year the UK is celebrating 50 years of Pride. On 1 July 1972 a ‘carnival parade’ of protest was […]

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BBC Make a Difference Awards 2022

BBC Local Radio has created a new award campaign to celebrate people who are going above and beyond to make […]

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Care Act Advocate

Devon-wide, dynamic, progressive, user-led organisation seeks:   Independent Care Advocate (ICAA) £25,481 p.a. pro rata NJC Scale 19 Part Time […]

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Waiting Well Patient Support Officer

A great opportunity to make a difference for those waiting for NHS treatment. Work alongside and assist the Waiting Well Operations Coordinator to enable people to stay as healthy as possible whilst waiting for NHS input.’.

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Better Health: Every Mind Matters Loneliness #EveryMindMatters

As part of the Better Health: #EveryMindMatters campaign, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport are encouraging people to ‘Lift Someone Out of Loneliness’ by taking a simple action to help someone who may be feeling lonely.

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Carly’s Advocacy Story

"The advocate continued to support me in meetings. It was crucial to my wellbeing that they were there. They found out what my options were, and helped me understand these options, and how they might work for me".

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