Around 100,000 people in the UK have multiple sclerosis and at Trinity Homecare, we know just how complex and individual the condition can be. Not everyone has the same symptoms and those symptoms can vary greatly from person to person. It’s a condition that seems to affect people between the ages of 20 and 40, although some older and younger people can be diagnosed too. Because of all this, many with the condition make the decision they want to live at home with help. And that’s where Trinity Homecare comes in. We want to help you or your loved one live well with Multiple Sclerosis and support you to live the life you want to live – at home.
91-year-old Dennis and 89-year-old Pat were able to celebrate their 70th anniversary during the lockdown, with the help of Trinity Homecare. The couple is receiving Trinity Homecare’s live-in care service after Dennis was diagnosed with bowel cancer and Pat had two strokes. The couple, along with their current live-in carer, Joana, share their heart-warming story of how two people fell in love, and are able to still enjoy life, with a TrinityCarer by their side.Read full story here
Laura has worked on elderly wards and care homes but believes live-in care to be the most effective Laura Hughes is an experienced live-in carer. She’s worked for Trinity HomecareRead full story here
A brave frontline carer shares her story of providing round the clock care Careworker Carolyn Panton is a live-in carer for Trinity Homecare currently based in Woking in Surrey. OriginallyRead full story here