How to pay for care services is one of the biggest questions on many peoples minds when considering support for themselves or their loved ones.
Below you will find useful articles on how to pay for care services, including, advice on benefit entitlements, allowances and what is considered in financial assessments.
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To help you digest and understand what the social care reform means for us all, we have highlighted the main points within this article.
When it comes to paying for care it is essential to be practical, especially as there is a huge variance between the cost of care between local care homes.
Did you know that everybody who requires nursing care is eligible for a contribution of £165.56 a week from the NHS?
Find out the average cost of home care throughout the UK and any funding support you may be entitled to.
Find out the average cost of live-in care and the different funding options available to both private and local authority funded individuals.
Find out about the different types of benefits that are available to support people with funding long-term care costs and whether you meet the eligibility criteria.
Exploring the different scenarios and circumstances which make it necessary to sell the family home in order to fund ongoing care costs.
Care Annuity's are a type of insurance product; for an initial upfront cost the annuity guarantees to pay out for the ongoing cost of care. Making them most suited to people with long-term healthcare needs.
Paying for care privately can be an expensive undertaking with the pending question "what happens when the money runs out?", we explore the options.
TrustedCare aims to answer all your Attendance Allowance related questions including who is eligible and how to claim.
Everything you need to know about funding residential & nursing care during COVID19 including your eligibility for financial support.
Find out all you need to know about NHS Continuing Healthcare funding including what it is, who is eligible to receive it and who funds it!
Below are some of the most popular locations for nursing, residential, home and live-in care support, click to find out more about the support offered in these areas.
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