To be the first choice for expert care and support for people with learning disabilities, autism and complex care needs in Scotland.

Through taking a person-centred approach, we help the people we support to set goals that
improve health, independence and wellbeing and increase social inclusion.

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Find out how to get help from our services throughout Scotland, or how to get in touch with another support organisation.


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At Cornerstone we thrive on teamwork and are passionate about the care and support we provide in your local community.



Our Training Academy

Our Cornerstone Training Academy offers a wide range of learning and development opportunities, both to colleagues and external customers.



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Your generous support will enable us to continue our vital work, helping us to be there for people with learning disabilities, autism and complex care needs in Scotland.



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lives transformed through the money raised from our Quality of Life programme


care and support services across ten local branches


people with learning disabilities, autism and complex care needs supported across Scotland

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Our news

  • “Very Good” grades for Ayrshire!

    Community Support and Housing Support services in Ayrshire welcomed the results of two unannounced visits from the Care Inspectorate. Read more

  • Successful Partnership Working

    In 2019 Cornerstone was lucky to be chosen as the Charity of the Year for John Clark Motor Group alongside Aberdeen-based charity VSA. Read more

  • Talking Mats

    For the past few years Cornerstone have been working with Talking Mats—a social enterprise whose vision is to improve the lives of people with communication difficulties. Read more

Our blogs

  • Setting up Home

    Isobel has been settling into a lovely new home recently with the support of her dedicated Cornerstone team. Read more about Isobel's journey to a new home below! Read more

  • My Shared Lives Experience

    Heather shares her experience of being supported by our Shared Lives service in Ayrshire. Read more

  • I never thought I’d be...

    We recently launched a recruitment campaign on our social media channels, aimed at dispelling myths and spotlighting all the fun and sometimes unexpected activities our Support Practitioners enjoy when working with the people we support. Read more

  • Tell us what you think

    Because we are people who work for individuals and care for individuals, your opinion is highly important to us.
    In order to improve our services, we would love to hear from you and learn from you.