Sundial Care Home Celebrates King Charles III Coronation Weekend

Sundial Care Home in Tipton St John, Devon, recently celebrated Coronation Weekend with much joy and festivity. Despite the disappointment of their planned coronation street party for Monday being postponed... Read more

The Heart of Caring: How One Mental Health Nurse Inspired Change

Throughout history, nurses have been the backbone of healthcare, providing comfort and support to those in need. The theme of this year’s International Nurses Week is Our Nurses, Our Future,... Read more

Sundial Care Home Joins Owl Conservation Project

Tucked away in the quaint Devonshire village of Tipton St John, you’ll find a small paradise connected to the country residence of Sundial Care Home. Sundial's gardens offer a lush... Read more

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Grief and Dementia

As human beings, grief is how we respond to a significant loss in our lives. It is a deeply painful experience to go through, and the agonizing feelings grief rouses... Read more

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#EvolveBBB: Inclusion

In June, Evolve’s Care Academy invited team members back into the training room to experience the third course of their 2022 build back better programme, #EvolveBBB. The first #EvolveBBB course... Read more

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#EvolveBBB: Identity

    Since 2015, the team at Evolve Care Group, (which our Devon Care Home, Sundial is a part of) have dedicated themselves to investing time and money into their... Read more

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Glance into life with us

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Build Back Better: Culture

As part of Evolve Care Group, the culture at our Devon Care Home, Sundial can be identified in our commitment to creating a continuation of home rather than an institution.... Read more

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Reflecting on LGBT+ History Month: Creating Inclusive Spaces

2022 marks half a century since the first Pride march in 1972 that took place in London. In the time that has passed since, activists have protested their rights to... Read more