Personalised service for specialised needs
At TrustonTap, we list only those carers with the values and compassion to look after others with the dignity they deserve. We will always strive to match you with the most suitable carer in respects to your location, needs and budget.
Choose your specialist care.
Get help with washing, dressing, hygiene, diet and physical assistance needs.
Get support with daily activities and maintaining a safe home environment.
Access compassionate, consistent care and support.
Give your primary caregiver a break with specialised respite care.
End of life care
Receive emotional and palliative support to maintain comfort and manage pain.
Be provided with essential comfort and support to enhance your quality of living.
Because everyone needs a hand now and then, and a friendly face to talk to.
What our customers say about our carers
“Very pleased with care given to my dad.”
“Ana has been helping mum for a week now, everything is going well, Ana is easy to get on with and good company for mum too.”
CM, Upton (Vale of White Horse)08/10/21
“I found her to be sympathetic, kind and very professional.”
“I have been impressed with Susans dedication, her care, her consideration during what has been a fraught time with my fathers health, it is a shame she couldn't have been with my father during a period in his life when he wasn't going through such a traumatic time. I would not hesitate to endorse Susan as a Carer.”
“Emily provided overnight care to my mother aged 95 back in June. She was thorough throughout and at all times had my mothers safety and well-being in mind. Emily is a jolly person with a good sense of humour, likeable and kind. I would not hesitate to recommend Emily as a carer.”
“Tesni is such a lovely carer and my husband is very happy to have her here to see him through the night.”
“Karen is a really lovely person, we are so lucky to have found such a caring , and very nice lady through TrustonTap. She is reliable, kind, and the quality of care is first class.”
ML, Newport Pagnell01/10/21
“Ruth has shown dedication, punctuality and most importantly flexibility. Great job Ruth.”
“Jolanta was direct & easy to communicate with from the beginning. Her confident, bold approach to caring for our Mother was reassuring. She has a great level of empathy & understanding to an individuals own experience of Dementia, as opposed to the 'general symptons' we presume people experience / live with. Our Mother felt very reassured in her company and looked forward to her visits. ”
“Susan is very nice and knows how to cook. At the start she was slightly vague about timing. But this now seems to be improving. Again at the start she didn't make much effort to do other jobs, I have recently started giving specific tasks for each visit. This appears to be working very well. I think the initial problem is because I felt too tired to give her more direction. I am sure things will continue to work out and move forward.”
“I connected with Leanne from the very first message and phone call - Leanne looks after my uncle, and treats him how she would if he was part of her own family. Nothing is too much trouble. She is very understanding and takes away a lot of anxiety and worry. I would go as far to say that I would count Leanne as a friend as well as my uncles carer. Thank you so much xx”
JS, High Wycombe17/09/21
“It is early days but Trisha is just what my parents were looking for. She is professional and approachable as well as being caring and always going above and beyond. ”
“She is lovely, I have only met her once for my personal care but she made sure I felt clean and gave me a shower and care respecting my dignity at all times and that I felt completely clean and my clothes and hair where just the way I liked it! She also tidied away after and left my home better than before. She did other chores that needed doing without being asked and she was very friendly and happy”
“Very satisfied with Stephen. He is caring and nothing is too much trouble. My husband seems to be happy with his visits and it gives me some much needed respite.”
“Very pleasant to speak too always has a smile. My mother is so grateful for understanding and care she provides. ”
Advice & Support
Whatever your situation, you’re not alone. Explore our advice and support archive for helpful insights and guidance.
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