Our Services include, but not limited to

Maintaining good personal hygiene is very important. It also helps seniors with their confidence and dignity. Some seniors have mobility or balance issues, making tasks such as bathing extremely difficult. Our caregivers are thoroughly trained in bathing, using bath equipment, and washing the whole body of their clients. Taking a bath or shower is necessary in preventing infections, and removes any bacteria on the body. Other hygiene services offered to seniors include dental and denture care, grooming, hair care, dressing assistance, basic skin care, nail maintenance and more.

Personal Care (Bathing, Grooming, Dressing etc…)

Housekeeping provides a service that alleviates stress and allows seniors to remain living at home for longer. Your caregiver can provide you or a loved one with services such as vacuuming, washing dishes, laundry, dusting, bed making, sweeping, mopping floors, taking out the trash, and any other light housekeeping items you or a loved one might require.

Light Housekeeping

We know that home is where the heart is, and that’s why our caregivers are happy to assist your loved one with daily household chores and laundry. These services can be done in either the client’s home or the Laundromat and include washing, drying, ironing and putting things away. Your caregiver will involve your loved one to make sure the laundry is done according to their preferences.


Meal preparation and eating healthy and nutritional food is such an important part of staying well, especially for seniors. We can help your loved one maintain a healthy, well-balanced diet. From meal planning to grocery shopping to the meal prep, our in-home caregivers provide meals that appeal to all tastes and dietary restrictions.

Meal Preparation

Your caregiver can shop for groceries at stores of their clients’ preference and run errands, such as picking up prescriptions or going to the post office. Clients may choose to stay home or help with the shopping and errands as an excellent way to stay active and engaged.

Grocery & Errands

Being able to remember to take your medication every day at a certain time can be a difficult for many people, especially if one must take multiple medications at different times a day. Furthermore, if your loved one has Alzheimer’s or dementia, remembering to take medication becomes more of a strenuous effort.

Medication Reminders

When driving is no longer an option for you or your loved one, Trinity Home Care LLC can provide you with the dependable Home Care Transportation Services and companions you need to get to where you need to go.


Missing doctor’s appointments and difficulties with following doctor’s orders can take a serious toll on an aging parent’s health. Our caregivers can help your aging parent schedule and keep medical appointments as well as follow doctor’s orders.

Scheduling Appointments

Having someone to sit and chat with makes for a happier life and provides both our clients and caregivers with something to look forward to. Our companionship services can cover anything from a conversation to a shared meal, and many other activities in between. These services allow your loved one to maintain independence in their own home, and throughout all of their regular activities, with friendly support and assistance from their caregiver.


We encourage an appropriate level of physical activity to maintain physical and mental well-being. Our caregivers will provide assistance with prescribed therapy and exercise programs. Services include carrying out range of motion exercise and going for walks. Benefits of increased physical activity for seniors include higher energy levels, a stronger heart, lower blood pressure, and improved sleep. Activity also improves mood and increases mental alertness.

Assistance with Exercise Programs

For many seniors, in home caregivers can help fill the void from losing a loved one, or living alone. Many older individuals lack the social and emotional care they need. By planning social outings and activities as well as exploring local events together, caregivers encourage social interactions and seniors have the chance to meet new friends. According to experts, seniors that maintain regular interactions with friends or family generally seem healthier or show a slower decline in their overall health.

Social Engagements/Hobbies

Respite care provides temporary relief for a primary caregiver, enabling you to take a much-needed break from the demands of caregiving a sick, aging, or disabled family member. Respite care can take place in your own home. Whether it’s for just a few hours a week or an extended vacation, seeking respite care can help ease the burden of family caregiving and help to relieve stress, restore your energy, and promote balance in your life. Respite care can benefit the person you’re caring for, too, providing them with variety, stimulation, and a welcome change of routine.

Respite Care

Skilled nursing care is a high level of medical care that must be provided by trained individuals, such as registered nurses (RNs) and physical, speech, and occupational therapists. These services can be necessary over the short term for rehabilitation from an illness or injury, or they may be required over the long term for patients who need care on a frequent or around-the-clock basis due to a chronic medical condition. Examples of skilled nursing services include wound care, intravenous (IV) therapy, injections, physical therapy, and monitoring of vital signs and medical equipment.

Skilled Nursing Assessments

The goal of rehabilitation nursing is to assist individuals with a disability and/or chronic illness to attain and maintain maximum function. The rehabilitation staff nurse assists clients in adapting to an altered lifestyle, while providing a therapeutic environment for client's and their family's development.

Rehabilitation Nursing

Physical therapy ( PT) can help enhance mobility and quality of life by improving strength, balance, endurance, flexibility and posture. Physical therapy can maximize your loved one's ability to get around at home and community. Speech-language pathology services (SLP) boost a person's ability to communicate and to swallow. Occupational Therapy (OT) assists with the ability to perform Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) such as getting dressed, toileting and bathing as well as Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs) such as driving, shopping, cooking and recreational activities.

Physical/Occupational/Speech Therapy

Our caregivers are trained on all durable medical equipment so we may assist your loved one confidently with their wheelchair, walker, cane, bedside commode, or Hoyer lifts. Our caregivers receive extensive transfer training to provide safe transfers of your loved ones from the bed to the chair, to the car or commode.

Assistance with Medical Equipment

Home infusion therapy involves the intravenous or subcutaneous administration of drugs or biologicals to an individual at home. The components needed to perform home infusion include the drug (for example, antivirals, immune globulin), equipment (for example, a pump), and supplies (for example, tubing and catheters). Likewise, nursing services are necessary to train and educate the patient and caregivers on the safe administration of infusion drugs in the home. Visiting nurses often play a large role in home infusion. Nurses typically train the patient or caregiver to self-administer the drug.

 IV Therapy

The most common home health care services for Colostomy care include maintaining a healthy stoma and emptying and changing the Ostomy pouch or bag. As home health caregivers, we will routinely help with maintenance of the stoma and ostomy bag.

Colostomy & Ostomy Care

In home nursing care can provide injections for patients. If you need to take medicine through an injection but cannot administer an injection to yourself, we can provide a licensed nurse that can administer the injection for you.

Administration of Injections

Feeding tubes are used to provide liquid nutrition for individuals who have difficulty chewing and/or swallowing or who are completely unable to eat on their own. When tube feeding occurs outside the hospital, doctors refer to it as home enteral nutrition (HEN). We can provide a licensed nurse to teach you how to feed yourself or a loved one through a feeding tube and provide support when you encounter problems.

Tube Feedings

We are proud to offer comprehensive, full-service, in home nursing care to fit the needs of any client. In home health aids can help with blood draws for lab tests so that you can be in the comfort of your own home.

Blood Draws

If you or a loved one have diabetes, you know how challenging it can be to manage your disease. Healthy eating, physical activity, monitoring your condition, taking medication, and reducing your risk for complications are probably part of your daily routine. At one time, all of this might seem overwhelming. As a member of your healthcare team, a diabetes educator makes managing your diabetes easier. They work with you to develop a plan to stay healthy, and give you the tools and ongoing support to make that plan a regular part of your life.

Diabetes Education

Our Professional Staff provides expert care for individuals who have suffered illnesses such as:

  • Cancer
  • Stroke
  • Heart Disease
  • Lung Disease
  • Neurological
  • Diseases
  • Orthopedic Injuries
  • Surgery
  • Diabetes

Our staff also includes:

  • Registered Nurses
  • Licensed Practical Nurses
  • Physical/Occupational/Speech Therapists
  • Medical Social Workers
  • Home Health Aides

Contact us to set up an appointment today

We provide a thorough assessment to provide a highly customized care plan for your loved one. We will discuss your loved ones medical history, dietary restrictions, allergies, likes and dislikes, interest, and hobbies.This will allow us to be prepared to provide excellent care.

Trinity Home Care is a proud participant with:
Most Long-Term Care Insurance Programs
Pennsylvania state waiver Programs
Veterans Affairs Fee-Basis Program
VA Choice Program

Universal acceptance for everyone, everywhere is at the heart of our company. We promote diversity of thought, culture, and background. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, or religious creed, mental or physical disability, medical condition, genetic information, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, marital status, military or veteran status, citizenship, or other characteristics protected by state or federal law or local ordinance.