5 Jul 2016
Complex Care FAQs
Clients receiving complex care have substantial and ongoing healthcare needs as a result of chronic illness, disabilities or following hospital treatment.
At Trinity Homecare, we have over 20 years’ experience in providing specialist care for a variety of conditions.
We’re committed to providing you and your loved ones with peace of mind. Our TrinityCarers are experienced in caring for individuals living with Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy and the effects of a stroke plus a wide variety of other conditions.
No matter what your circumstance, our heartfelt care enables you and your loved ones to access an enriched quality of life.
By tailoring a care plan that is completely bespoke to you, we enable you to discover a new way to explore life’s adventures.
Complex care – those affected by complex conditions may rely on specialist equipment such as:
Trinity Homecare works closely with healthcare professionals to ensure that you’re receiving the highest standards of care and our highly experienced staff are specially trained in the use of specialist equipment.
Multiple sclerosis – as the symptoms vary from person to person, matching you with TrinityCarers who provide you with the practical and emotional support you need is of vital importance to us.
Stroke – we have a real appreciation for the impact a stroke can have on you and your loved ones. Recovery can be slow but steady, and over that time we have seen just how much remaining at home can give great reassurance and peace of mind.
Cerebral palsy – At Trinity Homecare we’ve been looking after people with cerebral palsy for the past 20 years and our carers’ ‘can do’ approach to life means we’re passionate about enabling individuals with cerebral palsy to access a full life.
Parkinson’s – we know that everyone will have a unique symptom picture and that’s why we take the time to discover your individual needs and develop a care plan that’s focused just on you.
We fully understand that specialist and complex care needs can vary greatly from person to person. This is why our home care services range from short visits through to full-time live-in home care – we’re here to support you and your loved ones as much as you need.
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