Home care in Worcester Park

Worcester Park has been the home of Trinity Homecare since January 2015  when we moved from Wimbledon and brought both our hourly care and live-in care teams under one roof in Central House, just above Sainsbury’s on the High Street.  Our office comprises our recruitment, training and HR teams, as well as all of our back office support.  So, if you need home care in Worcester Park, you can be sure to have the back up of the whole team!

Clients and prospective clients are always welcome to visit our office, so if you would like to find our more about home care in Worcester Park and meet our team, feel free to visit us! We’re always pleased to meet the locals and happy to give you a tour of our care training facilities, which include a fully fitted apartment with state of the art care equipment.

Our home care roots in Worcester Park go back a long way

Our home care roots in Worcester Park go a long way back – our own Managing Director, Mike Smith’s grandparents lived in Worcester Park when he was a boy.

“Every week my mum and brother used to visit my nan to care for her. As her dementia progressed, my mum spent more and more time trying to juggle two households – looking after my nan and her home, as well as raising my brother and me. It was certainly a challenge. Fortunately the range of care at home services available in Worcester Park is now so much more  than it was back then.”

Mike Smith, our Managing Director

Our Worcester Park Home care team cover all local areas

Worcester Park is a suburban town in South-West London, located within the London Borough of Sutton and the Surrey postal district. Within our office team, we have a dedicated home care team to the Worcester Park area who cover Cheam, Malden Manor, Stonleigh as well as Worcester Park.

Come and visit our home care team in Worcester Park at one of our regular care events.

“My induction so far has been the best I have ever received. There are loads of opportunities to ask the trainers questions and actually put into practice what you’ve learnt in the classroom and on your work placement.”

Trinity Homecarer interviewed anonymously by the Care Quality Commission

Our local team

Andrea, Registered Care Manager
Andrea 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.

Sally M Live-in Care Manager

Sally is the go-to person for both live-in carers and their families. Originally working as a community carer, she has a significant interest and understanding of dementia and elderly care, meaning she brings a wealth of specialist knowledge and experience to the team.

Rachel Care Needs Assessor
Rachel Care Assessment Manager, Surrey

Rachel is one of our Care Needs Assessors. If you’re wondering whether live-in care is right for you or your family, Rachel is the first of our team you’ll meet.

Local Reviews

“I cannot fault the carers who visit me, they do everything that I ask and brighten up my day. I have had to change my call times recently and this has been no problem.”

Franj H

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“We wish to thank you for your care and professionalism in managing the care for our mum, who continues to be in good Trinity hands.”

G White

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The First Steps To Care

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

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


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