“Very caring environment, beautiful home-cooked meals, spotlessly clean. Home from home.”

“Very caring environment, beautiful home-cooked meals, spotlessly clean. Home from home.”

“I cannot recommend the staff here - every single one - highly enough.”

“I cannot recommend the staff here - every single one - highly enough.”

"The care and compassion is without a doubt the best I've ever experienced."

"All the residents are happy and staff are extremely kind and treat all the residents with dignity and care"

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As a charity and Cornwall’s largest independent provider of care, we’re a little special.

Cornwall Care is built on love. Love of our people, and love for the work that we do. As well as providing a broad range of care, we fundraise to deliver life-enhancing benefits to those whom we support; from fun and stimulating activity sessions to gorgeous garden spaces and more.

Our 16 residential and nursing homes cover the length and breadth of Cornwall, with specialisms including dementia and palliative care.

Our Community Services team provides Home Care, helping people to remain living independently, as well as Supportive Lifestyles assistance for adults with complex physical and psychological needs.

In this our 25th year, we could not be prouder to say that ‘We Care for Cornwall’. You can discover more about each of our services below. And if you have any questions, please get in touch – we’ll be happy to help.

Latest News

Irene and Sarah urge ‘Freedom Day’ caution

Irene Rowe and Sarah Fry both work as carers at Trengrouse, Cornwall Care's nursing home in Helston, and both know only too well how devastating Covid can be. As ‘Freedom Day’ beckons, they are urging continued caution.

Platinum status for Mountford

Mountford House, our nursing home in Truro has had its Gold Standard Framework (GSF) accreditation for end-of-life care renewed and achieved GSF Platinum home status.

Maths – facing the fear and having a go

Julie McNaughton, 49, from Gwinear, is doing English and Maths GCSE this year. She’s a senior Cornwall Care home manager who has never liked exams but needs to pass them for her assistant practitioner course.

Singer fundraises for home

St Austell-based singer Mand Bennett has been keeping herself busy during lockdown by entertaining audiences online and raising money for Penberthy, our residential home in Newquay.

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