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Home care in Woking

Trinity Homecare has been providing care in Woking for the past 20 years and we’re proud of our local knowledge. Our Woking team of carers is led by our Care Manager Di, who lives locally in Merrow. We also have many links with Ashford and St Peter’s hospitals and we are approved providers to Surrey County Council and the Surrey Downs Clinical Care Commissioning Group (CCG). We work extensively with all local organisations across the borough, who are supporting those in need of care. You will often find us at the Morrcroft Centre for the Community in Woking.

Trinity Homecare can provide the following care services in Woking:

From one visit a week to 24/7 live-in care, we have a range of services available to help you live independently at home. Call us today to find out more.

About Woking

The Borough of Woking is a district located in West Surrey, and shares its name with one of the largest commuter towns in the UK. The population is close to 100,000 people, almost 15,000 of whom are aged over 65 years old, with 1,140 projected to have dementia.*

“The Trinity Homecare team are all very approachable and helpful. They sort out any issues I raise with them quickly, minimising any impact this may have on my client.”

 Organisation interviewed by the Care Quality Commission

Along with the Woking Friends with Dementia organisation, we too are on our way to becoming dementia friendly and we’re also on a mission to train all Trinity Homecare staff and carers to become Alzheimer’s Society, Dementia Champions. We’ve contributed to the Prime Minister’s Challenge on Dementia 2020 and been finalists in the Surrey Care Awards for two consecutive years.

Why not contact our local team today to see how our full range of home care services could help improve your quality of life and provide peace of mind to your loved ones? We are able to support you from one visit a week to full time live-in care.

Our Care at Home Woking team covers…

Brookwood, Knaphill, St John’s, Pirbright, Ripley and Send.

*Sources: Woking Social Care Commissioning Profile 2013/14

Photo Credit: Thanks to Mike Cattell.

Our local team

Di Care Manager Guildford & Woking
Di Care Manager Guildford and Woking

Di has a wealth of experience of community care and lives locally in Merrow.

Sally, Senior Carer Woking
Sally W Care Coordinator Guildford & Woking

Sally is the care coordinator for our Guildford and Woking area and was one of our first recruits. She lives locally in Woking.

Sally M Live-in Care Manager

Sally is the go-to person for both live-in carers and their families. Originally working as a community carer, she has a significant interest and understanding of dementia and elderly care, meaning she brings a wealth of specialist knowledge and experience to the team.

Local Reviews

“A very large thank you to all the Trinity team who looked after our loved one. We were all so grateful that you could provide such great care over the last few years but especially in her last few days.”

Valerie

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“Thank you for your card on my ninety fifth birthday, much appreciated.”

David

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The First Steps To Care

Call Us

1. Call Us

In confidence and with no obligation to discuss your needs and concerns

Home Assessment

2. Free Assessment

Trinity’s qualified care team will visit you or your loved at home to discuss your exact requirements

Begin Care

3. Begin Care

Trinity will match you with the best carer to meet your needs for the exact hours you need

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4. Ongoing Support

The Trinity team is always here for you to help with any advice or help you require

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Not sure which care option you need? Why not complete this short online assessment to help you find the homecare service most suitable for you.

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