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.

Do I have to self fund my nursing care?

May 22, 2013 in Self funding care FAQs, Self funding nursing care 0 Comments

what is NHS registered nursing care contribution?
When it comes to self funding your nursing care, it is always best to know your financial options. Nursing care can, after all, be very expensive.

You may qualify for help towards funding your nursing care if your assets are below £23, 250. Those who fall above this threshold will be classed as ‘self funders’ and most likely have to pay for all their nursing care fess.
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Am I eligible for NHS Continuing Care?

July 10, 2012 in Self Funders, Self funding care FAQs, Self funding nursing care 0 Comments

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.
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Do I qualify for NHS Continuing Care

May 29, 2012 in Self funding care FAQs, Self funding nursing care 0 Comments

do I qualify for NHS continuing careNHS continuing care is only available for people who need ongoing healthcare and meet set eligibility criteria.

If you are assessed as qualifying for NHS continuing care it will cover your care home fees in full, including the cost of accommodation, personal care and healthcare costs.
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What is NHS Continuing Care?

May 10, 2012 in Self funding care FAQs, Self funding nursing care 0 Comments

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.
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