Latest COVID-19 social distancing rules at Support Office in Threemilestone can be found here.

Gardening Small shutterstock_252509290.jpgUpdated information on visits to our care homes

Following the government’s announcement that visitors can now go into care homes, we have taken the decision to NOT allow visitors UNTIL we have had time to assess the impact of lifting lockdown restrictions. We will, however, continue with our garden visits until the end of August. Garden visits need to be organised in advance with the home manager and social distancing rules will, of course, apply. We cannot yet welcome children but up to two adults at a time are allowed.

Procedures for allowing relatives into a home are being developed and will be introduced when we believe it is safe to do so. In the meantime, face to face meetings with loved ones will largely be restricted to gardens, unless your home manager agrees there are exceptional circumstances. Video and telephone calls will, of course, carry on as normal.

The health, safety and wellbeing of the people living in our homes underpins all our thinking and the measures we have in place reflect that priority. Thank you so much for your continued support, patience and understanding.

THANK YOU Small shutterstock_527485783.jpgCornwall Care would like to extend its thanks and gratitude to everyone who has supported us since COVID-19 reared its ugly head. We cannot thank you enough: Eden Project, Cornwall College Group, Mia Richardson, CoVisor, Asda, Cornwall Scrubs, The Cornish Gin Distillery, Tesco, Coast2Coast Motorhomes, Kate Shields at RCHT, Screwfix, David Ball Agencies, Newquay Voice, Penair School, Design Technology teachers at Richard Lander School, Morrisons, Made for Life Organics, The Greenbank Hotel, Wadebridge Dental Care Ltd, Cornwall Fire and Rescue service, New County Hall, Carbis Bay Hotel, Food4Heroes, Rustic Cakes Cornwall, Bikechain Ricci, Emmanuel Full Gospel Church, Macsalvors, CAHSC, The Treatment Centre in Truro, Clinton Lodge Care Home, Beachcombers Hairdressers in St Ives, Micro DIY, Wilkinsons, Wadebridge Town Council, Feeding the Frontline, Domino’s Pizza, Roly’s Fudge, Haribo, Jen Nicholas, Coombes, Cornwall Aid Centre and all the other wonderful people and companies. THANK YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF OUR HEARTS.

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The future of social care

Specialist care needs to be designed properly and responsibly and that’s why I believe we need a national review into the way care is resourced and commissioned.

We need regular testing in care homes

With lockdown restriction easing considerably this weekend (for most of us at least), it’s tempting to think the end of COVID-19 is finally in sight. It isn’t. As the people of Leicester are finding out to their cost, outbreaks are still occurring and, when they happen in a care home, the impact can be devastating.

Scarf will wrap the home in love

For the last nine months, knitters from the local community have been knitting a scarf that is more than 365 metres long – sufficient to wrap around the entire circumference of Trewartha, our 37-bed nursing home in Carbis Bay.

Fantastic fundraising finale for Mia

Ten-year-old Mia Richardson has made it to John O’Groats on her cross trainer – a 1347-kilometre ‘magic’ journey from Land’s End that has so far raised more than £18,500 for Cornwall Care’s Blackwood House in Camborne.

Thank you for transforming our gardens

Gardens have never been more important. At a time when coronavirus restrictions mean we are all having to be careful about where we go and what we do, gardens – for those of us lucky enough to have access to them – have become places to relax and enjoy nature at its seasonal best.

Volunteers give Falmouth care home garden a magical makeover

A team of volunteers worked all day to spruce up the gardens of Trevern, our care home in Falmouth.

Food4Heroes Kernow rolls out to support care home staff

The Food4Heroes Kernow scheme has teamed up with Cornwall Care to supply care workers with delivered meals prepared by the county’s top chefs from Monday 8th June.

Exciting partnership to transform care training in Cornwall

Cornwall Care and The Cornwall College Group (TCCG) have partnered to create a new Care Academy that will secure the quality training and development of the county’s next generation of carers.

Carer’s children smash their fundraising target

Ten-year-old Mason Nelmes and his eight-year-old sister, Phoebe, have walked 154 miles during their daily exercise time over the last month to help fund the purchase of a magic table at Penberthy.

Cornwall Care, Eden Project and Cornwall College team up to makeover care home gardens

Cornwall Care, Eden Project and Cornwall College team up to makeover care home gardens

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