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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.


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Examples of situations where visiting care may be suitable:

  • Where you require an extra pair of hands – a TrinityCarer can provide assistance with those things that may have become challenging such as driving, shopping and other daily personal routines and chores.
  • Companionship – A TrinityCarer can provide company and companionship, either short or long term to eliminate feelings of loneliness, particularly when you may not have family members of loved ones close by.
  • Post-hospital discharge – where there is a dependence to have suitable support in place to help with rehabilitation.
  • Changing hands – when you want to change from another care agency. Trinity will step in to ensure a smooth transition, with minimal disruption to the client.
  • Support with medication – assistance with medications at set times.
  • Help with personal care – helping you stick to a regular routine, where you may find it difficult on your own.

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.


If you have any questions or would like to find out more about Trinity’s Visiting care service then book a call today, to speak with one of our consultants.

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