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We have worked in palliative care for over 20 years and we’re passionate about ensuring you and your loved ones receive respectful, dignified home care by taking a holistic approach to care.

We will liaise with healthcare professionals to ensure that our care is centred on fulfilling all care needs and our TrinityCarers are specially trained to provide the highest standards of care for a variety of medical conditions.

Our heartfelt care encompasses physical, psychological, social or spiritual needs, and we’re dedicated to supporting you and your loved ones in any way you need. By having the resources in place to ensure fast support for palliative care.

Familiar surroundings

The home environment is typically rich in memories and offers an unparalleled level of comfort and security. Receiving care at home means there’s no upheaval and no disruption for your or your loved ones.

Fast, flexible support

We can usually turn around our palliative home care services within 24 hours. From the moment you pick up the phone to call us, you’ll be supported from our compassionate team who will provide you with a comforting ear to share your needs and concerns with. After a discussion about how we can help, a qualified team member will follow up with a care needs assessment, after which we will create a bespoke care plan and assemble your dedicated care team.

We appreciate that needs change over time and our care plans are completely flexible. We’ll be by your side every step of the way.

Close relationships with other professionals

We work closely with you and other medical professionals including GPs, district nurses and specialist palliative care nurses to make sure you are as comfortable as possible and to ensure you have the right support network and equipment in place.

 

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Key Benefits

  • Respectful, compassionate and dignified care
  • Emotional support from our dedicated team
  • Specialist highly trained carers
  • Allows you to choose where and how you would like to be cared for
  • Quicker starts enabling faster hospital discharges
  • Flexible support as your physical needs change
  • Communication with medical professionals

Call us to discuss your care needs

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