Home care in Surbiton

Trinity’s home care in Surbiton available from one visit a week to full-time live-in care and is entirely bespoke to support you or your loved one to live safely and independently at home. Our commitment to quality resonates throughout all of our Trinity teams and our Care Manager for Surbiton was recognised with a Surrey Care Award in 2018.

As an award-winning care provider, we’ve been trusted to provide heartfelt care local to Surbiton for over 20 years. Our local teams provide visiting care services in larger towns such as Surbiton, Kingston, New Malden, Wimbledon, but also in smaller towns and villages such as Ditton Hill, Long Ditton, Tolworth, Berrylands and Thames Ditton.

Our local visiting care service is available from once a week to multiple times a day, our Trinity-managed live-in care available across London and the Home Counties, and our Self-managed live-in care available across England and Wales.

Our local care services in Surbiton, Ditton Hill, Long Ditton, Tolworth, Berrylands and Thames Ditton

There are many options for home care in Surbiton which will enable you or your loved one to continue living safely and independently in their own homes:

Our experienced team are all able to offer guidance and support about which service would be best for you or your loved one.

With great links to London, beautiful parks and the Thames nearby, Surbiton is popular with families and is often described as a particularly friendly area. It’s quite unsurprising that many Surbiton residents would rather remain living at home and continue to enjoy their local community than move into the unfamiliar environment of a care home!

Live well with home care in Surbiton

Our dedicated team have been living and working locally for many years, so from knowing which roads to avoid in the morning traffic to knowing which coffee shops have the best views over the Thames, our TrinityCarers are able to offer you truly insightful and bespoke care. With support from compassionate and dedicated TrinityCarers, you or your loved one will discover more opportunities living the life you know and love in the familiar surroundings of your home in Surbiton.

Our local team

Claire E Care Manager Kingston

Claire has been in the care industry for 5 years starting with setting up Sheltered Accommodation. Claire is hands-on and very passionate about her role, she treats everyone like a member of her family.

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 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.

‘Care is the reason I live and breathe’ – Claire’s story

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My life as a live-in carer

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Why I chose to become a live-in carer

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Working in a residential home, Chris wanted more time to give to the people she cared for, so she became a live-in carer.

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Sarah came to Trinity because she needed a live-in carer who could drive. But the team soon clocked that what Sarah really needed was not just a driver – but someone who would also enjoy the ride.

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A career in care

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A portrait of dementia

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Daily home care builds trust

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Live-in care turns lives around

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The Moore’s were struggling with Sheila’s dementia but Trinity live-in carer Mihaela turned all their lives around.

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Reassurance for the whole family

Case Studies | Reassurance & Companionship

Norma moved to London to be near her children but knew no-one. Our carers provided companionship and reassurance.

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