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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.

Specialist care for multiple sclerosis

At Trinity Homecare, we appreciate just how important it is to provide care that is centred on individual needs – and this is never more necessary than with a condition like multiple sclerosis where the symptoms can vary wildly from person to person. After listening to all your thoughts and concerns, our care plan is carefully crafted with you and your individual needs in mind.

“He remembers everything and does what he promises with kindness and understanding.”

John Reed reflects on the work of his carer John MacKay

Above all, we appreciate that it is important to feel supported by carers who are intuitive and understanding of you or your loved one’s individual needs. That’s why we take great care in matching you with a carer that we think will fit in with you and your lifestyle. It’s also why we spend much time training and supporting our carers so they can support you. All of our carers who work with multiple sclerosis are experienced to not only support your practical needs but they also understand and appreciate the emotional effect of the diagnosis on both you and your family.

Helping you live a full life

  • Support with all personal, practical caring, from washing, dressing and eating healthy meals
  • Encouraging you to continue living life well
  • Appreciating that fluctuating symptoms means every day is different
  • Appreciate the emotional effect on you and your family
  • Enjoy your hobbies and interests
  • Support you in your work
  • A companion to take you to the theatre, movies or outings
  • Liaising with you and your family on any changing and developing needs