Cornerstone opens two centres in Southampton


Posted on September 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Specialist support organisation Cornerstone Service Support Ltd has opened two new centres to provide residential and respite care for young people with disabilities in Southampton. The centres, registered with the Commission for Social Care Inspection (CSCI), have been designed, built and decorated to meet the needs of children and young people with severe learning difficulties, complex needs, challenging behaviour and who may also require a wheelchair to access their daily living. Cornerstone, which already has three established centres, says the new centres have been finished to a high standard, featuring air conditioned rooms and sprinkler systems. The respite centre has eight bedrooms, a sensory room, quiet room and sensory garden complete with a Department for Education and Skills registered school which may be used by residents of Cornerstone’s children’s homes in the locality. It will also be available for shared care and emergency placements. The residential provision has five bedrooms, a quiet r





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