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Cerrig Cornel


    Cerrig Cornel is available for adults 18 years and over.

      Specialism: The service is registered to provide support to people who have learning disabilities, including those with Autism/Asperger syndrome. The service can also provide support to people with mental health issues, sensory loss and/or impairment, elderly mentally infirm, physical disabilities and Acquired Brain Injury and includes individuals with complex challenging behaviours.

      Details of Vacancy: There are currently no vacancies at Cerrig Cornel.

      Type of Service: Bespoke living service with 24 hour support on site. Care packages are developed based on a detailed outcome based assessment.

      Age Range: 18+

      Current Profile: The service is set up for a younger adult service user profile and employs the active model of support ensuring each individual has access to outcome based activities and has an on-site activities coordinator, so each person will have an individual profile of activities and opportunities. The service would be suitable for anyone coming through transition or moving on from residential care for the first time. Our aim is to support individuals to achieve their goals; achieved by delivering a high quality service based on active support and outcome based activities.

      Hours Provided: The service provides 24-hour background core support including 2 waking night staff and background staff during the day.

      Focus of Service: We develop a package of support based on an individual’s assessed needs. By managing their risk, we support people to achieve their outcomes.

      About this service
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      Cerrig Cornel is a traditional 19th century Welsh farmstead that has been converted to provide a range of separate households with modern interiors. With all our households on one site, Service Users benefit from mutual support, enabling them to develop their social skills and enjoy the benefits of community living with the added security of 24/7 background support. Service Users hold their own tenancies at Cerrig Cornel and are supported to maintain these in preparation for eventual step-down into the community if and when that is considered appropriate. Cerrig Cornel is situated with stunning views of the Dysynni Valley and a rural setting which offers peace and tranquility. Cornel is however just a short bus ride away from to local amenities such as a train station, leisure centre with pool, beach, cinema, medical centre and shops.

      Cerrig Cornel is registered to provide services for adults over 18 in the following categories: • Physical Disabilities • Sensory Loss/Impairment • Learning Disabilities • Mental Health problems • Elderly Mentally Infirm (EMI). We provide both 24-hour shared support and one-to-one support for specific identified needs. Our person-centred approach enables us to focus on supporting people who, whilst they have the potential for independent living, nevertheless need practical help and guidance to enable them to lead the life they choose. We can also offer short term, emergency and respite placements. Cerrig Cornel has a pool table, media room and communal kitchen that can be used for both communal gatherings (birthday parties) and skills teaching for those that require it.

      Simon Moore is the service manager at Cerrig Cornel. Simon holds a Btec diploma level 3 in Health and Social Care, a QCF level 5 in management of Health and Social Care, a QCF level 5 in advanced practice in Health and Social Care.

      Cerrig Cornel has 3 senior team members who are all working towards QCF level advanced practice.

      Fun themed food nights taking place at Cerrig Cornel

      At Cerrig Cornel, our supported living service in Twynn, after minor persuasion from the rest of the team, Gary, support worker at the service has started an ongoing project for both staff and the people they support.

      Cerrig Cornel’s summer fundraising picnic turns into a ‘donkey’ success

      Cerrig Cornel, our supported living service in Tywyn, held a successful picnic last week as part of Regard’s ‘Big Picnic Fortnight’ to help raise money and awareness for our voted charity of the year, YoungMinds.

      Will, from Cerrig Cornel, takes a nostalgic trip to Blackpool

      Will, who lives at Cerrig Cornel, our supported living service in Tywyn recently took a lovely five day trip to the seaside resort of Blackpool with support from the team at Cerrig Cornel.

      Uplands House and Cerrig Cornel turn purple for Epilepsy Action

      Two of our Welsh services, Uplands House and Cerrig Cornel participated in Purple Day this year, to raise money for Epilepsy Action.

      Ready, set, cycle: Cerrig Cornel cycle from Lands’ End to John O’Groats to raise money for MIND

      To raise money for MIND, Regard’s chosen charity of the year Cerrig

      Cornel decided to participate in a sponsored bike ride.

      Gorge walking helps develop teamwork and team building skills at Cerrig Cornel

      Staff and the people we support at Cerrig Cornel thoroughly enjoyed their gorge walking activity; which involved walking, jumping into and swimming around a series of waterfalls in the river Nantcol in Llanbedr, and participating in a various other team building activities under the watchful eye of the instructors Hannah, Dave and Nick.

      Katie, from Cerrig Cornel, becomes the National Champion at the Disabled Association Championships

      Katie, an individual we support at Cerrig Cornel, discovered her love for horses and horse riding when initially she was supported 1:1 by staff (who were keen horse riders themselves) to attend ‘Riding for the Disabled Association’ (RDA) event back in 2013.

      Butties, pancakes, and fancy dress help create a fantastic fundraising day at Cerrig Cornel

      Cerrig Cornel held a fun-filled day that was enjoyed by all of the individuals supported at the service and staff members to help raise money for MIND, Mental Health Charity.

      Our Cerrig Cornel team compete in a tough orienteering activity course

      The activity took place at CMC Adventure, an Outdoor Education Centre located just outside of Harlech. It was attended by seven team members consisting of five people we support and two staff members.

      Cerrig Cornel appoints new Activities Co-ordinator to help develop Key Skills

      Recently Rachel was appointed the Activities Co-ordinator at Cerrig Cornel; the purpose of the role is to engage service users in different activities which helps them to develop their Key Skills and also encourage healthy eating and team building.

      Anna, from Cerrig Cornel, swims the length of the English Channel

      Anna, from Cerrig Cornel, has been making waves – by swimming the length of the English Channel for charity.

      Katie embraces independent living

      Katie Collinswood, who has cerebral palsy was born in the Tywyn area has moved back to her roots and is celebrating making the successful transition from leaving home to leading an independent life, thanks to support from the team at Cerrig Cornel.



      Cerrig Cornel win our annual ‘Golden Thread’ Award

      Our Cerrig Cornel service in North West Wales is celebrating after being declared overall winner in our annual award scheme due to its ‘outstanding attitude to teamwork and the team’s consistently positive attitude’.



      Llŷr, from Cerrig Cornel, celebrates new Co-Op post

      Llŷr Joyner, from Gwynedd in Mid Wales is celebrating landing his ‘dream job’ at a local supermarket.



      Cerrig Cornel wear onesies to raise money for their local air ambulance

      ​Staff and Service Users at Cerrig Cornel had fun wearing their onesies to work in May.



      The Regard Awards – Celebrating Excellent Support - Winners for this quarter

      Congratulations to the following team and individuals who have won our this quarter’s internal awards.



      Helping our service users make decisions and take control of their lives

      The General Election provided a major platform for many people with learning difficulties and mental health needs to make their voice heard – but it has also helped them take major steps forward in other aspects of life.



      Lip Smackin’ Motivatin’ Sunday Roasts - Cerrig Cornel

      Traditional mouth-watering Sunday roasts are providing the focus for helping people with learning difficulties at Cerrig Cornel, a supported living service run by care provider Regard in Llanegryn. Tenants are supported to prepare and share the meals in the aptly-named Wooden Spoon Barn every week.



      Contact Cerrig Cornel


      • 01654 711 801
      • 07885 998 256
      • domcareagency.nthwales@regard.co.uk
      • 01654 711 801
      • Manager: Simon Moore
      • Locality Manager: Julie Davies 07885998254

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