Trinity’s Community Services provide specialist care to you and your family in the comfort of your own home. All of our services are free of charge.

If you have any questions, please call us anytime on 020 7787 1062.

What to expect from Trinity's community services

When you are referred to us, we will call you to arrange for one of our nurses to contact you by phone, video call or a visit. During this conversation, we will review your medications, discuss any symptoms you may be experiencing, talk to your family, friends and carers if they’re around, and make a plan for your care with you.

We will coordinate all of the other services involved in your care by talking to your doctor, district nurses, and other professionals who look after you. Depending on your needs and wishes, we can offer you additional support at home such as:

  • equipment to keep you mobile and assist you at home;
  • emotional support and counselling for you and/or your family and friends;
  • practical advice on money, benefits, or legal issues.  

Download Trinity's community services booklet or read it below

The other services that might be involved in your care

Many people living with a life-limiting illness will have lots of different health and social care professionals involved in their care. With your permission, the different professionals involved in your care will communicate with you and with each other as needed, to ensure that everyone knows the current situation and plan. 

The guide below describes the roles of the different professionals to make it easier for you and your family to understand who is involved, what their role is and where to get help and support, should you need it.

Download our guide to services providing palliative care at home