Care and Support
We work with individuals and families to agree what sort of support best meets their needs.
This could be providing specialist accommodation on a full time basis for people with more complex needs, to just a few hours befriending a week to help an individual build confidence and make friends. We support individuals of all ages, ranging from after school care for children with disabilities, to day care support for older people with dementia.
To find out more, please read some of our lovely stories below.
If you would like to find out more about how we can support you in your home or community, please ring 0300 131 3333, or email email@example.com, and one of our advisors will provide further information on how Cornerstone can provide support in your local area.
Kim has been supported by Cornerstone’s Shared Lives Service for 12 years. Shared Lives is likened to fostering but for adults aged 16 and over with a range of disabilities, conditions or other support needs. Read Kim's story here.Continue reading
Moss Cottage provides housing support to six men in West Dunbartonshire, most of whom have been supported by Cornerstone since 2000. They recently welcomed Scott to Moss Cottage. Here he tells you a bit about his new home.Continue reading
Based, in Stonehaven, Agnes has been supported by Cornerstone for 16 years and Connects Stonehaven (CCS) for five of those. Here she tells us about her some of her favourite moments while being supported by Cornerstone.Continue reading
Jonathan attends Cornerstone's Connects group in North Lanarkshire. Aside from enjoying the fun activities put on by the group like cooking classes, he also loves getting involved helping out franking the mail in the Cornerstone Airdrie office.Continue reading
Alastair has been supported by Cornerstone’s Glasgow and East Dunbartonshire’s Growing Together service since January 2015. The group ensures that, despite their disability, children can enjoy their childhood like any child should.Continue reading
In Your Corner
In Your Corner supports a growing number of young adult carers coping with the responsibilities of caring for someone with illness, physical disability, mental health problems or drug and alcohol misuse. The group meet weekly in Edinburgh.Continue reading