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.


Author: Dana Ingabire

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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

  • Welcome to our new website!

    Our new website provides the people we support, families, supporters, partners and key stakeholders with an much-enhanced online experience. Read more

  • Future-proofing Cornerstone

    Cornerstone’s new strategic plan for 2021-25 'Future-proofing Cornerstone' was recently launched in August 2021. Read more

  • Looking out for others during lockdown

    Our Jigsaw and Can Care teams go the extra mile to look after the people we support during lockdown. Read more

Our blogs

  • Janice and Lorna’s experience

    Janice and Lorna live in Parkholme, one of our services in Moray. Read about their Cornerstone experience here. Read more

  • Heather’s experience

    Heather has Autism and is supported by our Community Support team in Perth. Heather’s dad Gordon shares what the support Heather receives means to her and her family. Read more

  • Sharing life and home

    Shared Lives provides transitional and long-term placements to people who need care and support due to their disability or other support need. 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.