Three simple steps to receiving Outstanding care
1. Call Us
Have a no obligation, confidential, conversation with one of our care experts to discuss your needs.
2. Free Assessment
A member of our qualified care team will then visit you or your loved at home to discuss your requirements.
3. Begin Care
Provided you want to go ahead with us, we will then match you with the best carer to meet your needs.
“People treasure the past and being surrounded by memories at home, means you still have a connection to the life you have had – and that’s very important.” Home care assistant – John Mackay
Accommodating psychological, social or spiritual needs
Accommodating for psychological, social or spiritual needs is an important aspect of palliative home care. Palliative care assistants at Trinity receive specialist training and have extensive experience which enables them to provide bespoke support to you and your loved ones. Care that is respectful, dignified and entirely tailored to you.
Palliative care at home with Trinity
Our Live-in care services will provide a specially trained care assistant to support you or your loved one full-time. Having a live-in care assistant live with you means you’ll receive one-to-one bespoke support to help you live an enriched quality of life in your own home.
Visiting Home Care is available from once a week to multiple visits each day. Sometimes known as domiciliary care, daily home care or hourly care, visiting care plans are flexible and tailored to you. Transitioning from daily home care to live-in care is a popular and straightforward option if care needs become more advanced, and our specialist Trinity team will be by your side every step of the way.
What can I expect from palliative home care?
At Trinity Homecare, we are an award-winning care provider, providing palliative care at home for over 25 years.
We are able to provide both visiting and live-in care for those who may need palliative or end-of-life care. Whichever service you receive, you can expect to gain help with the following:
- A bespoke care plan tailored to you
- Flexible support for your changing needs
- Respectful and dignified personal care
- Managing physical symptoms such as pain
- Support with medication
- Emotional and psychological support
- Help with things like washing, dressing or eating
- Food preparation and assistance with eating and drinking
- A support network for yourself and your loved ones
What is the difference between palliative care and end-of-life care?
Palliative home care is a type of care that supports anyone living with a terminal illness or complex condition and is available from the first diagnosis through to end-of-life.
End-of-life care is a type of palliative care that is designed to provide comfortable, dignified and respectful support as a person reaches the end of their life, and can be offered alongside the nursing care available from your GP. However, palliative care is not just for the end-of-life – you may begin palliative care earlier in your illness, while you are still receiving other therapies to treat your condition.
Why choose palliative home care?
You or a dearly loved family member can receive the appropriate care and medical support that you require without having the added stress of upheaving your life to move into a hospice or care home. We support family members in maintaining the quality of life they deserve whilst remaining in a safe and comfortable setting.
Palliative home care offers caring, specialised support based on the personal needs of the individual rather than their prognosis, therefore with private palliative care at home, you can receive specialist support in the areas that you need it most.
Talk to us today
At Trinity Homecare, our ultimate goal is to enrich your lifestyle in the comfort and familiarity of your own home. This allows you to live the independent lifestyle that you love without the daunting thought of moving into a care home. We are here to support you with various different forms of live-in care.