Children's Residential Services
Residential Services for Disabled Children and Young People
We believe that the children of Cornwall deserve the best. We put their needs at the heart of everything we do, to make a real difference to their lives and make a brighter future. To help us achieve this we need people who share our passion and determination.
Cornwall Council operates five children’s homes for disabled children and young people:
Four residential short break homes that provide care and overnight breaks for disabled children and young people; these are situated in Redruth, St Blazey, Camelford and Liskeard.
One residential home; Pathways in St Blazey provides long term care placements for up to six children and young people.
Short Breaks and Residential services provide positive opportunities, social interaction and independence skill development for disabled children and young people. View our statement of mission and values
Senior Registered Care Workers, Registered Care Workers and Care Assistants provide a crucial role in supporting vulnerable disabled children and young people in Cornwall. We actively encourage and enable staff to develop practice, skills and expertise, in return for your commitment and motivation to improve outcomes for our most vulnerable children and young people you help and protect. We will offer you continued professional development and career progression through a range of learning and training opportunities. View details of what we offer to our employees.
All of our homes are registered and regulated by Ofsted.If you would like to have an informal discussion about our services or any of the roles advertised please contact:
- Pathways, St Blazey
- Number One, Liskeard
- Camlann House, Camelford
- Poppins, Redruth
- Tresor, St Blazey
Tim - Deputy Manager, Residential Childrens ShortBreak home
Tim is a deputy manager at a residential short break home and assists the registered manager with staff supervision and operational service delivery
Jackie - Senior Residential Care Worker, Number One, ShortBreaks
Jackie is a senior residential care worker who has worked through a career progression pathway since starting in the service. Jackie’s role is to link quality practice and support both care staff and link with management
Debbie Moses - Registered Manager, Number One, ShortBreaks Service
Debbie is an experienced registered manager of Number 1 a residential short break home in Liskerad. Debbie is responsible and accountable for the management of the home and the staff at Number 1.
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