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 firstname.lastname@example.org, and one of our advisors will provide further information on how Cornerstone can provide support in your local area.
Erin has Down's Syndrome and loves attending our children and young people's club at our Dundee hub. She has been receiving care and support from the Cornerstone team for more than six years. Erin's mum tells us what the club means to them and Erin.Continue reading
Aiden has been supported by Cornerstone for 3 years. He enjoys taking part in many of the activities organised by his local Cornerstone Connects group. Read on to hear all about the fun things he likes to get up.Continue reading
Joyce attends Cornerstone's Canalside day care service for the elderly and people with dementia in WesterHailes, Edinburgh. Here Joyce tells you what she enjoys most about her time spent at Canalside.Continue reading
In Your Corner Team Story
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
Self-Directed Support (SDS) is the Scottish Government’s strategy for enabling people to be in control of their own lives if they require social care or support to help them live independently within the community. Here Brenda tells us her story.Continue reading
Maisie has attended Cornerstone's Carman Centre in West Dunbartonshire for the past few years. She loves attending the centre where she's made many friends, and takes part in a range of activities like dancing, cooking and singing.Continue reading
Robbie, who's been supported by Cornerstone for 14 years now, has just recently moved into a new house with friends, with the support provided by Cornerstone. Robbie and his mum both say they would be lost with the support they get from Cornerstone.Continue reading