Important: Live-in Care - The safe alternative during COVID-19

Supporting life's journeys with visiting home care

During the unprecedented health situation we face during COVID-19, Trinity Homecare is doing everything possible to ensure we are providing safe home care services for those who rely on us. We have altered our business processes and implemented strict guidelines to ensure that we can still continue to provide a helping hand at home in one of the safest possible manners. 

In the current circumstances, full-time live-in care has proven to be one of the safest forms of care, as it allows a caring companion to self-isolate with you in your home. This drastically reduces the risk of transmission when compared to other forms of care; as there is much more control over the number of people you are exposed to and the risk factors that this creates. To find true peace of mind during the current pandemic, contact us regarding our live-in care services today. 

Our COVID-19 Policy

At Trinity Homecare our policy is to:

  • Follow all the latest government guidance.
  • Stick to our strict COVID-19 protocols that have been implemented, including the minimisation of staff per client, use of PPE and much more. 
  • Continuous improvement for our business continuity and COVID-19 plan.
  • Work together with the United Kingdom Homecare Association (UKHCA), local care associations and our local health and social care partners to ensure our processes remain as safe as possible. 
  • Be transparent and communicate regularly with our clients, employees and wider stakeholders.

Stay safe at home with Trinity Homecare

Our daily visiting home care services enable you to live safely in your familiar home environment whilst maintaining your desired level of independence.

TrinityCarers will be by your side whenever you need them to provide the highest levels of visiting home care. We support you with all aspects of everyday life, such as cooking nutritious meals, completing household tasks and more. Whether you need us once a week or multiple times every day, our daily visiting home care services are completely tailored to you.

Domiciliary visiting home care services are completely bespoke to each individual with many options available:

  • Companionship and visiting home help to help you to keep doing the things you love with a caring companion by your side who can support you with household tasks, transportation and even to take up new hobbies
  • Daily personal care services to support you with aspects of personal care such as washing, dressing, administering medication and continence care
  • Specialist care services for conditions such as Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, mental health needs and the effects of a stroke
  • Dementia care services to enable you and your loved one to live well with dementia

We understand that your visiting home care needs may change over time, and we’ll be by your side every step of the way. The minimum duration of a visit is 30 minutes and this could be one visit per week or multiple visits per day. Our visiting home care services offer the flexibility to support you and your loved ones through all of life’s journey.

Our Visiting Home Care services are available across the following South West London and Surrey:

  • Epsom
  • Banstead & Tadworth
  • Sutton & Carshalton
  • Worcester Park & Cheam
  • Camberley
  • Guildford
  • Elmbridge
  • Merton & Kingston

Call us now in confidence with no obligation to discuss your home health care needs.

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Benefits of our daily home care service

  • Stay in your own home
  • Maintain your independence
  • More confidence to live the life you love
  • Access an enriched quality of life
  • Discover new experiences
  • Regular heartfelt companionship
  • Peace of mind for you and your loved ones

Call us to discuss your care needs

0207 183 4884

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  • Care Quality Commission
  • Surrey Care Awards
  • Working Feedback

Explore your options

Our visiting home care services are completely flexible and we’re able to offer our support anywhere from one visit per week to multiple visits each day. Our highly trained TrinityCarers are experienced in specialist care for a variety of conditions. Explore your options and discover how we can support your life’s journeys!

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