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A recent study showed that 85% of people would like to remain in their own homes for as long as possible if diagnosed with dementia. For the past 20 years, we have cared for many people with the condition in their own home, and over that time we have developed a specialist knowledge and understanding. At Trinity Homecare, we appreciate just how much a diagnosis of dementia can be an isolating and frightening experience but we passionately believe that there is more to a person than the diagnosis. Here at Trinity, our mission is to help individuals – and their families – live well with the condition. Having a carer who understands exactly how to be with someone who has dementia, creates a supportive environment for the individual to retain a sense of independence and well-being.

Specialist care for dementia

As you get older, and particularly with a diagnosis of dementia, memories become precious. Having a carer who understands the condition means you don’t need to pack up those memories into a tiny care home room, you can stay in your own home where you feel comfortable and familiar, knowing you will be supported by a trusted, understanding carer. With a condition like dementia, familiar faces and routine are important. At Trinity, we provide specialist one-on-one care so you or your loved one can come to trust a familiar face. We make every effort to make sure you will have the same carer, at the same time, for as long as possible.

“People treasure the past and being surrounded by memories at home, means you still have a connection to the life you have had – and that’s very important.”

Carer John Mackay

Helping you live a full life

  • All of our team are becoming Alzheimer's Society Dementia Friends to ensure specialist knowledge of the condition
  • Support with all personal care - washing, dressing and healthy eating
  • Encouragement to get plenty of fresh air and exercise
  • A companion to share and appreciate your memories
  • A friendly familiar face to help create a regular daily routine
  • Someone to pamper you
  • Someone to take you to the shops, library, theatre. movies or lunch with friends
  • Someone to liaise with family and friends
  • Support with medical appointments