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Home care in Buckinghamshire

Our home care in Buckinghamshire offers live-in care across the breathtaking landscapes and infamous flint buildings of this south-easterly county. A large part of the Chiltern Hills runs through the south of the county and development across Buckinghamshire is restricted by the designated Green Belt areas to preserve the natural environment. The largest town of Milton Keynes in the north-easterly region of the county and the most densely populated towns and cities in the southern areas such as High Wycombe, Amersham and Chesham, form parts of the commuter belt with convenient transport links directly into the capital.

Which Trinity Homecare services are available in Buckinghamshire?

Being between an hour and two hours from our head office in Worcester Park means that Buckinghamshire residents are able to benefit from both our live-in care services:

Milton Keynes is home to a majority of the population and our Trinity-managed live-in care services serve Milton Keynes Postcodes (MK) as well as those living in the southern region of the county. Being home to over 500,000 residents, across High Wycombe, Aylesbury, Amersham and Chesham, our Trinity-managed live-in care services serve HP postcodes across Buckinghamshire.

Our Trinity-managed live-in service does serve Northampton but not the remainder of Northamptonshire, so we typically associate Northampton with neighbouring Buckinghamshire when discussing Trinity-managed live-in care.

Where can I find local information?

Our live-in care management teams have extensive knowledge and experience to offer you support, advice and guidance about all aspects of care. Contact our friendly team to discuss your questions in confidence.

Buckinghamshire County Council serves residents across Buckinghamshire and they will be able to offer advice and support about various aspects of care in your local area, including what funding is available for you.

Age UK Buckinghamshire is an independent charity which offers support for anyone over the age of 50 across Buckinghamshire.

Our local team

Andrea, Registered Care Manager
Andrea H Registered Care Manager

Andrea is our Registered Care Manager. That means she knows exactly what is needed to maintain the highest levels of client care.

Angela P Live-in Care Manager

With 25 years in care, Angela is one of our most experienced Care Managers. It’s her role to match just the right carer with our clients.

Debbie W Live-in Care Manager

As one of our live-in care managers, Debbie has had an extraordinarily varied career in the caring profession from working with people who have spinal injuries, to others with mental health issues.

The First Steps To Care

Call Us

1. Call Us

In confidence and with no obligation to discuss your needs and concerns

Home Assessment

2. Free Assessment

Trinity’s qualified care team will visit you or your loved at home to discuss your exact requirements

Begin Care

3. Begin Care

Trinity will match you with the best carer to meet your needs for the exact hours you need

Research

4. Ongoing Support

The Trinity team is always here for you to help with any advice or help you require

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Not sure which care option you need? Why not complete this short online assessment to help you find the homecare service most suitable for you.

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