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At Trinity Homecare we’ve been looking after people with cerebral palsy for the past 20 years and we know the importance of valuing you as an individual with a completely unique set of symptoms.  That’s why all of our care is centred around listening to you and your needs and creating a care plan so you can live life as you choose. We also believe that good care begins and ends with friendship and that means being cared for by someone you connect with. That’s why we take the time to find out all about you and take great care to match you with just the right person for you and your lifestyle.


Specialist care for cerebral palsy

At Trinity, we know that living with cerebral palsy just means you need to find a different way to have the same adventures in life. We’re passionate about giving people with cerebral palsy the same opportunities as an able bodied person.  That’s why all of our carers have a “can do” approach to life.

“I’ve been to more countries than most of my friends. My mum always told me to live a big life – and that’s what I have.”

Sarah Henly, 40-year-old with cerebral palsy, who lives with Trinity carer Sarah Brown

Our carers who work with cerebral palsy are all trained to understand the condition and appreciate the full range of symptoms – from tight, painful or changing muscle tone to spatial awareness and any any associated problems, such as learning difficulties,  epilepsy, or difficulties with sleep, eating or communication. We know just how important it is for anyone caring for you to have a full understanding of you and your unique situation.

Helping you live a full life

  • Help with your personal routine - washing, dressing, preparing healthy food and exercising
  • Support learning new skills, education or work aspirations
  • Companionship for the theatre, the movies, out for dinner or any other social outing
  • Liaise with you and your family on any developing or changing needs
  • Support with any feeding, or sleeping issues
  • Help with any needed language development
  • Organising and liaising with medical and hospital appointments
  • Helping you plan and take holidays and weekend breaks