26 Sep 2018
Congratulations and celebrations in our Values Awards 2018
THANK YOU to everyone who contributed to our Values Awards 2018! With over 380 nominations, some made us laugh, some brought a tear to the eye, and all of the nominations gave
At Trinity Homecare, we’re a multi-award-winning home care provider that’s committed to supporting life’s journeys. From compassionate companionship to heartfelt and respectful personal care, our committed team will be by your side to support you and your loved ones.
Our teams’ commitment and dedication have been recognised in our success at the Surrey Care Awards 2017,2018 & 2019.
Having won awards the last two years running, we felt so very proud to have had made it as finalists in four award categories from a county-wide selection of nominations:
Our 2019 winning award was for Innovation and good practice in recruitment and retention we were ecstatic when it was announced that we had won the award!
In 2018, 5 individuals and an entire team were selected from a county-wide selection of nominations as finalists at the Surrey Care Awards in Care Newcomer of the Year, Beyond the Call of Duty, Frontline Leader of the Year and Excellence in Delivering Dementia Care Award categories, and we’re delighted that our Care Manager Claire Eaves was selected as the winner of the Frontline Leader of the Year Award 2018!
Our Trinity teams were also finalists in many categories at the Surrey Care Awards 2017 including the ‘Beyond the Call of Duty’, ‘Care Manager of the Year’ and ‘Innovation and Good Practice in Staff Recruitment and Retention Award 2017’ awards, and our Senior TrinityCarer Shona was the deserving winner of the ‘Beyond the Call of Duty’ award 2017!
In 2017 three of our Trinity Carers were nominated for the ‘Beyond the Call of Duty Award’, Pam Hatley, Hamdi Alihaje and Shona Kendall.
Congratulations to Shona for winning the ‘Beyond the Call of Duty Award’!
Our care manager from Guildford was a finalist in the ‘Care Manager of the Year Award’. Trinity Homecare were also a finalist for the ‘Innovation and Good Practice in Staff Recruitment and Retention Award’, for which we were celebrated for “working to provide an accredited training programme to build confidence” of our staff.
With over 20 years of experience and five-star reviews, we’ve got the knowledge, experience and compassion to give you peace of mind and reassurance. We have amassed a significant amount of impartial feedback that is moderated by an approved Review Partner of the Care Quality Commission and NHS Choices. We believe in transparency so you see all the reviews we have received on our website, NHS Choices and homecare.co.uk
Our values resonate throughout everything we do at Trinity Homecare. Our values are:
Personal – We respect everyone as an individual and respond to changing needs.
Trusted – We keep our promises and do what we say.
Caring – We are committed to what we do and who we care for.
Our values remain at the forefront of our hearts and minds and we truly live our values every day.
Trinity Homecare’s journey started over 20 years ago when a husband and wife team founded a small care agency in Wimbledon. They wanted to make a difference to peoples’ lives and after all this time, this has never changed. We’ve developed our team and our services to provide heartfelt care and bespoke support across Surrey (Visiting home care), and Live-in care throughout the UK.
At Trinity Homecare, we have invested in pioneering technology and our new digital system called TrinityConnect. TrinityConnect is a service we offer to all of our ‘managed’ clients (Trinity-managed live-in care and Visiting home care) which is used by our care teams to record all aspects of the care you receive. TrinityCarers will receive a list of tasks to complete during their visit and this is presented to care management teams in a live feed so they can monitor events in real-time. Next of kin are also able to access TrinityConnect to give loved one’s peace of mind.
Find out more here!
Our ‘managed’ services (Trinity-managed live-in care and Visiting home care) are regulated by the Care Quality Commission. This means our services are regularly inspected and assessed against regulatory guidelines. We’re delighted to have achieved an ‘outstanding’ rating in our last inspection which means we’re proven to provide safe, effective, caring, responsive and well-led services.
Read our most recent CQC report here!
Our Care Assistants are recruited for their compassion and empathy as well as their knowledge, skills and experience. We recruit only those who share our values and share our commitments to providing entirely bespoke heartfelt care at all times.
All members of our care teams begin their journey with Trinity with a rigorous recruitment process, throughout which they are assessed from their first telephone interview, through to completion of their compulsory training.