Specialised home care
Certain conditions require specialised care and at TrustonTap we know some people have special needs due to an illness, an injury or disability. We can provide just the right level of support tailored to suit an individual’s specific medical needs.
Personalised service for specialised needs
If you have more specialised medical needs our experienced full-time team are here to give you all the guidance you need and help you find that extra care and support.
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
“Maxine has been very supportive and informative, Jacob has grown in confidence, thank you”
“Tanya has been looking after my parents- cooking, cleaning, chatting and anything else that needs attention. Tanya is a very kind, dependable carer for whom nothing is too much trouble. I would highly recommend her!”
“Fabia has settled in well with mum she made a good impression with the detail she recorded at our first meeting. She has been so proactive organising things. Mum is so happy with her, she has such a caring manner and so helpful. Everything that mum needs fantastic”
AC, Middleton Cheney11/01/23
“Nothing was ever any issue with her, if we needed her to come in early or stay late she was there. She was an Angel, I would give her 6 stars if I could! Would highly recommend to everyone. She is so lovely and everyone that meets her feels the same way. ”
PG, Middleton Cheney11/01/23
“Shannon is one of the most attentive carers, she knows what to do and does it without needing to be told. She is very friendly and approachable. It was a pleasure to have her providing the care. ”
“Kanwal was a great person to have in our home. She provided calmness, steadiness, willingness to do anything. She did not wait to be asked, but sought ways in which to be helpful. We were of course pleased to get better, but still sorry to lose her.”
“Prisca has been an invaluable help supporting my dad and her patience and kindness have been boundless. ”
“Bee has very quickly build an excellent relationship with my Mum and she really enjoys Bees visits, Bee is kind and thoughtful and is a pleasure having her as part of her family ”
“Nighat has been wonderful helping us start our care journey. She is insightful, kind, calm, helpful and pro-active with ideas of things to do with my father in law. She has been very flexible with bookings and responsive to messages. Nighat is well humoured and easy to communicate with and there is no awkwardness, she makes a range of situations feel normal and reassures all of us. ”
“She is a very good carer, professional and reliable, always gentle and good humoured”
CG, Beckley (South Oxfordshire)03/01/23
“Jennifer is kind and patient. She is a joy ”
“Very friendly, likeable lady. ”
TG, Long Hanborough30/12/22
“Tanya is a very helpful and a value to your company . ”
“PeterRicardo has been looking after my husband for about a couple of months now. He is an excellent carer, very professional and reliable and at the same time very kind and gentle. He is always good humoured and it is a pleasure to have him in our home. I trust him absolutely and wouldn’t hesitate to recommend him to anyone in need of a carer.”
“Jolanta is very flexible about the care she gives and goes out of her way to ensure that dad has an enjoyable and fulfilling time when she is with him. ”
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