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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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

  • Surveys released for the Fair Work Autism Project

    Call for autistic adults currently employed in Scotland, or any employers with experience managing autistic people to take part in research funded by the Scottish Government and managed by Inspiring Scotland. Read more

  • Mental Health Awareness Week at Cornerstone

    This years theme for Mental Health Awareness Week was "loneliness" - a key driver for poor mental health. As restrictions began to ease in Scotland, our health and wellbeing champions thought it would be a great opportunity for us all to dedicate time ‘reconnecting with colleagues.’  Read about some of the ways we got involved. Read more

  • Learning Disability Week at Cornerstone

    Cornerstone was delighted to take part in Scottish Learning Disability Week, hosted by the Scottish Commission for People with Learning Disabilities (SCLD), running from the 2nd – 8th May 2022. This year there was a particular focus on the human rights of people with learning disabilities in Scotland. Here's how we got involved. Read more

Our blogs

  • A St Andrew's family reunion!

    Malcolm, who is supported in our Glasgow and East Dunbartonshire branch, was supported to go on an incredible Easter weekend in St Andrews to catch-up with his family. Read about the wonderful family reunion and how much it meant to Malcolm here! Read more

  • Support worker to lead practitioner - Erin's Story

    Erin Torrie initially joined Cornerstone as a support worker within a Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities Service and has recently been appointed the role of lead practitioner. Read about her experience in her new role. Read more

  • An epic badminton battle!

    Andrew, one of the people we support in Moray used to play badminton when he was younger. Ashley, the housing support manager, was the badminton champion when she was at school. Read about what happened when Andrew challenged Ashley to a badminton competition! 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.