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Residential Care

The home provides residential care and accommodation for 21 elderly people of either sex. The home also has provision to accommodate people with both dementia and mental health. 

We are aware that our residents will have given up a good deal of their independence when they enter a group living situation. We regard it as all the more important to foster their remaining opportunities to think and act without reference to any other person.


 We aim to help residents exercise the opportunity to select from a range of options in all aspects of their lives


All of our rooms are fully furnished and we are happy for residents and families to put whatever personal touches they would like to make the bedroom their own.  Our upstairs rooms are serviced by a stairlift to enable all residents to access communal areas whenever they wish

Food and Drink

All of our meals are freshly prepared in our Home's kitchen and are highly regarded by our residents. We aim to provide meals which enable residents as far as possible to decide for themselves where, when, and with whom they consume food and drink of their choice.  Regular residents meetings are held to discuss menus and personal food choices are catered for wherever possible.


We try to make it possible for our residents to live their lives as fully as possible. 

As part of the assessment process we encourage potential residents to share with us as much information as possible about their social, cultural and leisure interests, as a basis for helping them during their period of residence in the home.

We try to help residents to continue to enjoy as wide a range of individual and group activities and interests as possible both inside and outside the home, to carry on with existing hobbies, pursuits and relationships, and to explore new avenues and experiences.

Family and Support

At Garsewednack we aim to provide a lifestyle for residents that satisfies their social, cultural, religious and recreational interests and needs.

We help residents to exercise choice and control over their lives and give them every possible assistance to maintain the links they wish to retain with their families and friends outside the home, whilst ensuring they can choose whom they see and when and where.

If a resident wishes, their friends and relatives are welcome to visit at any time convenient to the resident and to become involved in daily routines and activities.

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