As you get older, we know how important it is for you to maintain your independence and to keep enjoying the things you have always done.
With Trinity’s visiting care service (otherwise known as daily care or domiciliary care), our care assistants will support you with all aspects of everyday life, such as cooking nutritious meals, completing household tasks, personal care such as bathing and dressing, and more. Whether you need us once a week or multiple times every day, our daily visiting home care services are completely tailored to suit your needs.
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.
At Trinity Homecare, we are able to offer care for a wide range of personal requirements, conditions and circumstances. Whether you want companionship and some help around your home; more specialised care for conditions such as dementia or Parkinson’s; your needs are at the very heart of our service.
In a recent poll, 97% of people stated that they would prefer to remain in their own home than move into a residential care home. Many people are unaware that visiting care is an option – especially for those who may not require full-time care. There are many situations where visiting care may be suitable. You may require companionship, assistance with personal care or have more intensive needs that require specialist care.
At Trinity Homecare, we understand that most people want to live in their own homes, surrounded by familiar comforts and routines. Visiting homecare offers people the opportunity to do so, with no disruption and no upheaval.
The beauty of visiting care is that it is tailored specifically to the individual so you really get a bespoke service. Before commencing any care we would visit you in your home to understand your needs in more detail and understand the types of duties that visiting carers could assist you with.