Phone
02071834884
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02071834884

Home care from under £50 per week

For a relatively small budget, we can provide a team of carers who can visit family two or three times a week (depending on the length of visits) just to reassure you that mum and dad are ok. Many of our clients start with a small amount of support each week, and this means we can begin to build a relationship with you and your family by keeping an eye on the situation.  This weekly budget, is all about providing companionship, and reassurance.

Case Study: Ellie Adams

84-year-old Ellie Adams moved to London from up North to be near her children when her husband died but she knew no-one and felt lonely when her children went to work.

Solution

Once, or twice a week, one of the Trinity home care team drop in just to say hello, take Ellie out for a coffee, a stroll to the shops or pop into town. They also keep an eye on whether she has taken her medication. For the Adams family, the care team have provided companionship and reassurance. “I would get very down if I was by myself all the time,” says Ellie. “The carers are so lovely and friendly – I feel very lucky to have them.”

Approximate Budget: £30 per week

*(Names have been changed to protect privacy.)

Key Benefits

  • Could our Peace of Mind Service, combining technology and care visits help reassure?
  • Could a little more support from us free up time for family members?
  • Have you had an assessment from social services?
  • Are you eligible for attendance allowance or any other benefits?
  • Could this budget be better used for occasional longer respite care visits so your carer can take a break?

Call us to discuss your care needs

02071834884

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