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Our dedicated care team can assist with a range of community care needs from one visit a week to full-time live-in care, enabling you or your loved ones to remain living independently at home. We work extensively with local organisations in and around Sutton, including the St Helier Hospital, to support those in need of care.

“Trinity Homecare provides a first class service, which I would highly recommend.”

Client interviewed anonymously by the Care Quality Commission

Sutton is a South West London borough and forms part of outer London. The leader of Sutton Council described the borough as “quietly brilliant”, and noted that 91% of residents say it is “a great place to live”. With a population of 198,00, it is well known for its notable residents including the raconteur Quentin Crisp and Sir John Major.

It’s understandable then, why so many people in Sutton prefer to continue living in their own homes, rather than move to a care home.

Championing Dementia home care in Sutton

The Sutton Dementia Action Alliance is encouraging local businesses and retailers to become dementia friendly. At Trinity Homecare, we too have a real passion for understanding dementia by encouraging all of our staff to become Alzheimer’s Society, Dementia Champions. This means that our whole team will have an appreciation of how to care for those with the condition.

“I believe the agency’s staff training is outstanding compared to other providers I deal with.”

Community professional interviewed anonymously by the Care Quality Commission

Paul Burstow, who served as the Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Sutton and Cheam for 18 years (from 1997 to 2015), was appointed Minister of State for Care Services in May 2010 and served in that position until September 2012. We’ve met Paul on a number of occasions and gave evidence for the government’s Burstow Commission, a report into the future of home care.

Our Sutton home care team are based from our Worcester Park office

Our Sutton care team cover Sutton and parts of New Malden, Beddington, Cheam, Carshalton, Wallington, Woodcote Greem, Hackbridge and St Helier. Information about local support groups and community activities in New Malden and Carshalton are available to read on our blog.

Please note that Trinity Homecare is not connected with Trinity Care Services Ltd in Norbury, London SW16 4AQ in any way.

Want to know more?

If you’d like more information on the care service we can give you in your area or surrounding areas, then we are here to help you with any questions you may have. Please schedule a 15 minute no obligation or fee to speak with our local care consultant today. Get yourself the care you deserve.

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Our local team

Leanne Care Coordinator Sutton
Leanne C Care Coordinator

Leanne brings her skills, experience and knowledge to Trinity to support the team. 

Claire F Care Manager Sutton
Claire F Area Care Manager

Having previously been a TrinityCarer, our Care Manager Claire has a thorough understanding and appreciation for every aspect of providing care and she continues to support her Sutton team, clients and their loved ones.

Rachel Client Relationship Manager
Rachel Client Relationship Manager

Based in Worcester Park, if you’re a new client looking for care, Rachel will be the first person who answers your call.

Local Reviews

“Heartfelt care in your home, Trinity's motto is true to its word. They all loved and cared for Mum as they did for myself and my family”

Rosie K, Sutton

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“My carer has been with me for over 2 months and I can thoroughly recommend her. No job is ever too big for her. She has a smile for everyone, a very pleasant personality and shows an interest in other people’s lives”

Nancy W, Sutton

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The First Steps To Care

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1. Call Us

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Home Assessment

2. Free Assessment

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

Begin Care

3. Begin Care

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


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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