Self Funding Care
Help self funders understand their self funding care options; understand care funding jargon and help to guide your self funding care actions.
Families consistently rate the childcare they use higher than the care for their elderly relatives, according to the latest reviews on the Good Care Guide website.
The Good Care Guide reveal that children receive better Quality of Care than their elderly relatives, with 88% of nurseries and 91% of agencies that supply nannies recieving top marks for their Quality of Care, which is great achievement when you see that only 78% of care homes have received the same accolade. Read More
Eligibility for NHS continuing care hinges on a number of factors. These include whether you are assessed as having a “primary health need”, a complex medical condition and substantial care needs.
Unfortunately, not everyone with a disability or long-term condition is be eligible.
NHS continuing care is a non-means tested form of healthcare which is provided to patients outside of hospital.
Unlike ‘self funders’ who are required to pay all their own care costs, if you qualify for NHS continuing care your care will be rendered to you for free.