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Trinity Homecare has provided compassionate home care for those with Parkinson’s for over 20 years. We passionately believe that providing care for people in the comfort of home, no matter the stage of their illness, allows them to live the life they want to live.

Many of our specially trained TrinityCarers have helped and supported people through Parkinson’s home care, so they know only too well just how much of an impact the condition can have. Parkinson’s directly impacts physical movement, making it harder to complete day to day tasks. That’s where Trinity Homecare can help, we provide a heartfelt helping hand for you to live comfortably and confidently.

We firmly believe it is possible to an enriched and meaningful life no matter what your diagnosis. Our carers are there to offer physical, mental and emotional support to help you on your life’s journey.

Specialist care for Parkinson's

At Trinity Homecare, we know how the little things that can make the biggest difference to your day. When we’re providing Parkinson’s Disease care, we know that everyone will have a unique symptom picture. That’s why we take the time to discover your individual needs and develop a personal care plan that’s focused on you. We assign a designated TrinityCarer through our MatchCare service to ensure you find the perfect companion. We are passionate about providing the highest levels of Parkinson’s home care from the familiarity of home.

“I feel so privileged that someone trusts me enough to come into their home and care for them. If I can make the difference so that one person can remain in their own home, that’s enough for me.”

Carer Hazel Taylor who has moved from residential to live-in care 

Helping you live a full life

  • Understand and appreciate the impact of Parkinson’s and the emotional effect of the diagnosis on both you, your family and friends
  • Encouraging you to live well with the condition
  • Symptom awareness - appreciating the potential impact on movement, eating, swallowing and skin conditions
  • Help with personal care - washing, dressing, and eating healthy food
  • Support taking medication
  • Supporting you to continue all your interests and hobbies
  • Accompany you on a walks to the park, the shops, or any other outing
  • Support attending appointments