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Our home care team care for people living in their own homes across the whole of Cornwall.

Our role is to make sure that every body retains as much of their confidence and independence as possible in familiar surroundings. Our highly skilled and dedicated team receive continuous education and training to make sure they provide the best care and support possible for people in their homes.

Cornwall Care home care caters for all ages and a wide variety of specialist needs. For us it’s not just about delivering a service, we make sure that we create a warm and supportive environment to help people carry on their everyday lives. We form close bonds with the people we care for which means that our services are tailored to each individual. Our flexible approach means that our care can evolve and adapt alongside the people we support if their needs should change.



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Overall

Good

  • SafeGood
  • Well-ledGood
  • CaringGood
  • ResponsiveGood
  • EffectiveGood
Last CQC report update April 21, 2020 • Listing updated October 26, 2020

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Type of service
Is Home Care Agency:YES
Provides care staff to the general public:YES
Location
Regions covered:Bude, Liskeard, Launceston, Bodmin, Wadebridge, Padstow, Camelford, Newquay, St Austell, Truro, Falmouth, Camborne, Redruth, Penzance and St Ives.
Registration & Specialisms
Services / Care offered: 24 hour care
Adult care (over 18 years)
Alcohol Dependence
Assistance with food preparation & service
Call in service
Cancer care
Cleaning service
Companionship
Dementia
Domestic services / Home help
Drug dependence (past or present)
Elderly care
Escort on trips
Home care
High dependency care, two care staff attending
Hospital discharge
Laundry service
Learning disability
Live in care
Medication assistance
Mental health condition
Palliative care
Personal care
Personal care assessments
Personal hygiene care
Physical disability
Prescription collection
Respite cover
Risk assessments in the home
Sensory impairment
Shopping service / errands
Sit in service
Transportation service

COVID-19 update

Our admissions process during the current pandemic is as follows:

  • Initial assessment – we review 14 areas of care to ensure an individual’s needs can be met in terms of the home’s environment, equipment and staff capacity.
  • COVID swab test – all new admissions, whether from hospital or the community, are tested for COVID-19.
  • 14 days isolation – all new admissions, as well as existing residents returning from hospital, are barrier nursed in isolation for 14 days to reduce cross-infection risks.

Our homes are closed to non-essential visitors and all staff use personal protection equipment (PPE) whilst providing care.

The safety of our residents and staff is paramount and we adhere to strict public health guidelines.