Blog

5th August 2016

Live-in Care Hub

Trinity Homecare is proud to be a founder member of the Live-in care hub. The live-in care hub is a not-for-profit organisation, committed to improving the standards and quality of care across the UK but giving people the opportunity to be cared for in the comfort of their own home, where they can still enjoy their homely comforts and everyday life.

17th June 2016

We Celebrate our latest Care Quality Commission Report

Care Quality Commission Report During May we had our latest unannounced inspection from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) who regulate the care sector. They specifically look to see if our

6th April 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..

4th February 2016

UKHCA launches new code of practice

The UK Homecare Association (UKHCA) has today launched a revised Code of Practice which Trinity Homecare has signed up for.

1st April 2015

Care Act 2014 comes into effect

The Care Act 2014 comes into effect today (1st April 2015) resulting in the biggest shake-up of the care system for 60 years.

11th February 2015

No place like home report

There really is no place like home and live-in care is a great care option to consider instead of residential care.

25th January 2015

97 per cent prefer to stay in their home

A One Poll survey* in July 2014 found that that 97 per cent of adults would prefer to stay in their home rather than move into residential care.

5th January 2015

Trinity Homecare moves to Worcester Park

Trinity Homecare has moved to Worcester Park!

11th December 2014

The Live-in Homecare Information Care Hub – www.stayinmyhome

The Live-in Homecare Information Care Hub provides a one stop hub of information on live-in homecare.

22nd June 2014

Surrey Care Association

Trinity Homecare is proud to be a founder subscriber of the Surrey Care Association (SCA). The Surrey Care Association is a not for profit organisation representing all care providers (private, voluntary or charitable) covering the county of Surrey and near areas.