Providing home care in Woking since 1996

The Borough of Woking is a district located in West Surrey, and shares its name with one of the largest commuter towns in the UK. The population is close to 100,000 people, almost 15,000 of whom are aged over 65 years old, with 1,140 projected to have dementia.*

“The Trinity Homecare team are all very approachable and helpful. They sort out any issues I raise with them quickly, minimising any impact this may have on my client.”
Organisation interviewed by the Care Quality Commission

Along with the Woking Friends with Dementia organisation, we too are on our way to becoming dementia friendly and we’re also on a mission to train all Trinity Homecare staff and carers to become Alzheimer’s Society, Dementia Champions. We’ve contributed to the Prime Minister’s Challenge on Dementia 2020 and been finalists in the Surrey Care Awards for two consecutive years.

There is an alternative to care homes in Woking

All research shows that the majority of people would prefer to remain in their own home, rather than move into a care home. With Trinity Homecare’s daily home care and live-in care services, there is a reliable option for home care in Woking that is a real alternative to a care home.

Local care teams

Woking, Old Woking, Merrow, Guildford, Burpham, Brookwood, Knaphill, St John’s, Pirbright, Ripley and Send.

*Sources: Woking Social Care Commissioning Profile 2013/14

Photo Credit: Thanks to Mike Cattell.

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Our local team

Sally, Senior Carer Woking
Sally W Care Coordinator Guildford & Woking

Sally is the Care Coordinator for our Guildford and Woking area and was one of our first recruits. Living in Woking, Sally’s local knowledge enables her to use her wealth of local knowledge to support her clients and TrinityCarers.

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.

Melony F Head of Care (Registered Care Manager)

Melony has been in the care sector for approximately 14 years and from being a Care Assistant, through to leading teams as a Head of Service, Melony has now joined our Trinity team as our Head of Care.

Local Reviews

“We want to thank the Trinity team for the exceptional care, love and support provided to our father. The care was notable for the commitment and dedication of the staff who could not do enough for him. They are a great team and it is a testament to Trinity that they have created”

Mr Hall, Woking

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“Thank you again for spending a chunk of the summer with my mother and doing so much in the house and garden. We appreciate it very much”

Georgina, Woking

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