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All the latest News from Phoenix Homecare and Support

Back out and talking to people!

26/01/2022

We were very happy to join the Careers Fair held in the Wynnstay Hotel and Spa, Oswestry hosted with the support of Landau Employment Services! The event aims to help people throughout Shropshire who are currently struggling to get back into work, or people who are just exploring new career avenues.

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Gearing up for the rugby!

04/02/2022

Our Wrexham branch is gearing up to get ready for the Six Nations Rugby that will be taking place over the next few weeks. As a Welsh company, we are of course supporting our beloved Wales! Sorry England!

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Phoenix raises £178.25 for Alzheimer's society on cupcake day

JUNE. 12, 2020

Phoenix were excited to celebrate Cupcake Day and earn some money for Alzheimer's Society! As you can imagine, treatment and research into dementia is very important to us and our work. Day after day, our carers support those who suffer from this disease, to help the maintain their independence as much as possible.

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Phoenix turns 7 today!

AUG. 22, 2020

Happy birthday to us! Can you believe Phoenix is 7 years old? What started as one little branch, is now three branches sprawling branches.

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Red Nose Day 2022!

18/03/2022

We celebrated Red Nose Day by wearing our funny, little red noses and were able to donate £38.65!

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Scottish Theme Today!

11/02/2022

Today in celebration of the Six Nations we celebrated Scotland!

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Social Care Recruitment Fair in Flintshire!

24/02/2022

We attended the Social Care Recruitment Fair in Deeside!

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Virtual dementia bus comes to Phoenix

FEB. 21, 2020

Phoenix Homecare and Support were proud to host the Dementia bus at our Head office! We were able to give our carers, the families of the service users we look after and the public a better understanding of the condition and a better guide to help care for a dementia patient

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