6 Apr 2016
Trinity Homecare Values Awards
Our values awards celebrate the best examples of where we make a difference with our service – personal, trusted and caring..
It’s the little things in life that are important and having someone pop in throughout the week to say hello and see how you are is what it’s all about. Perhaps you’ve always wanted to dance or maybe you’d like to join a book club – our caring companions are there to help you live the life you want to live. All our carers are especially chosen and trained and because we take the time to get to know you, we also take pride in matching you with someone we think you’ll connect with. It’s all about giving you a new lease of life.
According to Age UK, almost a million older people can often go for more than a month without speaking to anyone at all and as the organisation puts it: no-one should have no-one. At Trinity, we agree – and we can help. We have carers who can pop round to your home once, twice, or as many times a week as you like. Over the years we’ve been caring for others, we’ve found that some people might not necessarily need a lot of help, but would enjoy the company of a companion. Someone whose there to take a stroll to the park, get the groceries in, or even just pop in for a coffee and a chat.
“It’s someone for my mother-in-law to talk to and take her out when we are at work. It means she’s not lonely.”
Gill Wilson, daughter in law.
Having a carer as a companion can be a great idea for you or your loved ones to get used to the idea of having someone popping in – and more often than not – your carer will end up becoming a support for the whole family. Building a relationship now not only improves wellbeing and quality of life but makes things just that little bit easier if your needs increase in the future.
If you’d like a trusted, friendly face in your life to pop in and visit, give us a call.Contact us