Since joining a new service four years ago, Clare Stubley’s life has taken off –including securing a job, taking up hobbies and achieving lifelong ambitions. Guy Page reports.There is simply no stopping Clare Stubley. If she’s not waiting tables at a Costa coffee shop in Wimborne, you might spot her tilling the soil at a local market garden, or weaving a bespoke scarf to sell online. Weekends are no less actionpacked. There are places to go, friends to meet, her next foreign jaunt to plan. Clare has Down’s syndrome and has needed care and support for 21 years. But, at
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