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Home care from £250 to £500 per week

A budget of between £250 to £500 per week will give you access to a comprehensive daily home care service, which will be completely tailored to you and your needs. Within this budget range, you will be able to choose between two or three personal care visits every day and combine with longer visits to provide additional companionship, home help or to accompany you on outings and appointments. This budget range will enable you or your loved one to receive the level of support needed to continue living independently, safely and confidently at home. Family members will also discover newfound reassurance, knowing visiting TrinityCarers are ensuring their loved one is eating, drinking and taking medication.

Within this price range, you could also budget for the occasional respite live-in care to allow the main family carer to take an extended holiday, knowing that someone is there providing round the clock support.

Case study: Moira 

74-year-old Moira lives alone in a flat in Guildford. She has many family members popping in throughout the week but needed support with aspects of personal care in the mornings, lunchtimes and evenings.

Solution:

A carer supports Moira in the mornings to get out of bed and have breakfast, pops in at lunchtime to make lunch and helps with the bedtime routine in the evenings. It’s practical help but for Moira and her carer, it is much more than that. “I treat him like one of my own sons,” she says of her carer.

Approximate weekly cost: £400

(*Names have been changed to protect privacy.)

Key Benefits

  • We use the latest technology to record our care notes - ensuring the safety, welfare and confidentiality of our clients
  • Dedicated care manager and support team
  • Access to 24 hour support
  • Support with personal care and aspects of everyday life
  • Remain in the comfort of your own home
  • Maintain your lifestyle and routines
  • Peace of mind for you and your loved ones
  • This budget could enable us to provide occasional respite care to give your main carer a break

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