About Us

Cornerways is a non-profit residential home for young adults with learning disabilities and physical disabilities.

At Cornerways we believe that every individual have the same rights as others to a fulfilling and meaningful life.

Our home supports dignity, independence and encourage each personal to reach their personal potential.

Cornerways is an oasis in the middle of the market town Tavistock it is situated beside the river Tavy below the western edge of dartmore. Tavistock stands in the heart of the area of tremendous natural beauty. The property is surrounded by extensive gardens,at the front of the property there is decking with patio furniture for residents use. The entire property is Circled by tall hazel hedges to maximise privacy.

Cornerways has been specifically adapted for wheelchair users thus all the rooms for residents use are situated on the ground floor. There are 3 well furnished en suite bedrooms which overlook the private gardens. You can read more about our facilities here.

About Scott Stack

Scott Stack, a resident at Cornerways, has cerebral palsy and uses an eco2 device to communicate. He is currently working as an assistant lecturer for the Speech and Language Department, at the University of St Mark and St John, in Plymouth.

Read Scott's Journal
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