Home help, Companionship, Food Preaparation, Shopping, Paperwork, Administration, Transport, Errands, Care, Gardening, Personal Care, Hygiene, Dementia Services, Domiciliary Care, House Maintenance
Improving the quality of Care in Oxfordshire
Our brilliant carers help older people across Oxfordshire to stay at home, independently, for as long as possible. Trusted, affordable care and support on tap
We know that finding suitable help can be often very difficult and have built a care business that improves the way in which we look after one another across our communities. We want to make it easier to get trusted help whenever people want it. We want to give people choice of who provides that support and to ensure that fantastic service is provided on every visit.
Across the team, we have met many people who wish to stay living independently in their own homes but who need a bit of help on small day to day tasks: General homehelp, housekeeping, cooking, shopping, household jobs, gardening, transport. paperwork or companionship, Whether you need assistance to change a light bulb, pick up a prescription, help with administration or simply to have someone to chat to, it is good to have someone who can come round to help.
We now have a growing team of trusted local people who will deliver excellent service to older people in their own homes, whether it is a one off task or a regular arrangement. We have used the latest technology to ensure that we can deliver that service at a much lower cost whilst also ensuring that our wonderful team of trusted assistants are paid at a good rate for the brilliant work they do.
Testimonials are curated by TrustonTap Ltd and are not independently reviewed or verified.
"I urgently needed to organise regular and ongoing personal care and transport support for my father. Following contact with TrustonTap this was set up quickly in an efficient and friendly way. The support has without exception been caring and professional and offers me complete confidence and peace of mind. I have no hesitation in recommending them."
Elaine, Oxford on 7 May 2016