We're here to give you individualised support to address whatever needs you may have at any given time, regardless of where you receive your care. All of our care is completely free.

Find out about eligibility for care from Trinity

What we can offer you

Our specialists provide a range of group and individual services designed to keep you comfortable, active, independent, mobile and well - emotionally, physically, practically and spiritually - for longer.

As well as nurses and doctors, our team includes counsellors, social workers, benefits advisors, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, complementary and arts therapists. All of our staff are experienced in supporting people with life-limiting illnesses to manage the challenges that you and your family are facing.

The support you receive might include

  • managing the effects of your illness and treatment difficulties at home and at work,
  • dealing with challenges to living independently and getting around,
  • communicating with those close to you about your decisions for the future. 

Inpatient unit

Our inpatient unit is designed to give you comfort, flexibility and privacy. Around 40% or our inpatients come for a short stay and return home after a relatively short period of inpatient care.

Learn more about the inpatient unit 

Outpatient groups

Whether you want to be creative, active, social or just relax, you are sure to find something. Many of our outpatient groups are open to friends, families and carers too. 

View our range of activities and groups

Supporting you at home

Most of our patients choose to be cared for at home by our Community Services team who provide specialist care to you and your family in the comfort of your own home.  

Find out more about receiving care at home

Emotional and spiritual support                   

It’s natural to experience a range of emotions when you are diagnosed with a life-limiting illness. Coping with the stress and uncertainty can be difficult and sometimes it is easier talking to a trained professional. Our specialist staff provide emotional support and counselling to patients, their families and carers. 

Practical support

Dealing with the practicalities of adjusting to a life-limiting illness can be stressful. Our team can work with you to help you to live independently and stay active and mobile for longer in group or one-to-one sessions and can loan you equipment such as wheelchairs if they are required.

If you are worried about money and how your illness might affect your finances, we can give you information and advice about benefits and financial assistance. 

All of the support outlined above is available to all Trinity patients and most is also available to your family, friends and carers, including children.

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