Coombe House, Care and Support Awards 2019, FINALISTS !!!
What a night !!!

As a team we were finalists for the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly outstanding care team of 2019 and Ann was chosen to receive an outstanding contribution to care and support award, to reflect her 35 years of caring for people at Coombe.

A delicious meal, good company and a recognition for the work we do. Congratulations to the team ! Every one !

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Forget everything you think you know about Care Homes, Coombe House is different

It looks like your own home, comfortable and familiar. Open the door and you’ll hear singing, laughter. You’ll see vegetables being prepared for lunch, cakes being baked.

On a warm day, you’ll find us in the garden, with our dogs (we are registered with the Cinnamon Trust), or feeding our chickens, picking apples in the orchard.

Everyone is equal and valued. We go to great lengths to get to know the people who live with us. We understand and respect the way they want to live their lives. We invite families to take part in the daily life at our Home, to eat meals with us when they visit.

We have no set routine anyone must follow, every day is different. Our people can make choices – when to get up and when to go to bed, what to wear, where to sit, what to do to pass the time of day, where to eat meals, what to eat, which visitors they do or don’t want to see, which daily paper they might like to read. The doors of our home aren’t locked and our beautiful gardens are there to enjoy.

We don’t wear uniforms. There’s no “them and us”. We work together and eat together. We choose our staff carefully. They have to be special. The training we give them means the staff team is excellent. We were proud to be recognised as a Dementia Care Matters Butterfly Service level one, in 2019.


Check out the details here of our equality and diversity polices here: