Important: Homecare - A safe option during COVID-19

Care at home – reducing risks of COVID-19 with visiting care

Visiting care is a safe option to reduce risks and protect loved ones during COVID-19. Trinity Homecare can offer the highest quality of care to clients in the comfort of their own home.

Trinity Homecare are specialists in providing award-winning home care. For over 20 years our team have been offering live-in care and visiting care services, caring for a number of conditions including dementia, MS and complex conditions.

We currently have the capacity to provide care to those who need it and aim to have a home care professional with a client within 2 days of the initial enquiry.

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Why choose Trinity?

Trinity Homecare’s visiting care service is a safe alternative to a care home, at a time when the risks of cross-transmission within care and nursing homes are becoming a great concern. At Trinity Homecare, we are actively reducing the number of care workers that visit a client and are ensuring that full Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is used at all times. This mitigates these risks, whilst ensuring the safety of both our clients and care workers.

  • Rated ‘Outstanding’ by the CQC
  • Award-winning care provider
  • Our knowledge, experience and infrastructure allow us to provide dedicated support to those who need it quickly and safely during this difficult time
  • Dedicated carers who are employed and trained by Trinity Homecare
  • A care plan tailored to suit your individual care needs, overseen by your dedicated Care Manager
  • Trinity Care helps to ease the strain on the NHS and care homes  – we can help facilitate rapid and safe discharges

Visiting Care

Reducing Risks of COVID-19
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Our dedicated Visiting Carers can assist you or your loved ones by:

  • Keyworker status – enabling us to access dedicated shopping hours allocated to social care
  • Collecting and administering medication
  • Managing conditions such as dementia, strokes and complex health conditions
  • Conducting household jobs such as Handling the cooking, cleaning for our clients and ensuring the smooth running of the house
  • Helping the elderly to self-isolate comfortably and safely
  • Ensuring a safe living environment and managing infection control

Home Care – Tailored to your needs 

We understand that your visiting home care needs may change over time, and we’ll be by your side every step of the way. The minimum duration of a visit is 30 minutes and this could be one visit per week or multiple visits per day. Our visiting home care services offer the flexibility to support you and your loved ones through all of life’s journey.

Happiness at home 

For many people, their home is a place that brings comfort, familiarity, and above all else, happiness. For us, providing care is not just about ensuring that an individual is in good physical health, but also mentally in a good place. This is one of the key reasons that we believe care at home is a great form of care during COVID-19.

Locations we cover

Our Visiting Home Care services are available across the following South West London and Surrey:

If you are unsure as to whether we cover your area for visiting or live-in care, take a look at our locations page and enter your postcode.

Get in touch today 

If you would like to find out more, simply book a call with one of our experienced consultants or call us directly on 0207 183 4884.

Benefits of visiting care

  • Care plans tailored to support the individual
  • Flexible levels of care based upon the needs of our clients
  • Regular companionship
  • Safe form of part-time care

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