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What is My Care My Home? A care advice service guiding you to the care that’s right for you. Choose your own carer/personal assistant An introductory service to specialist Independent Financial Advisers who can advise you how to fund your care. My Care My Home…
PayingForCare is an online service that helps you navigate through the complexities of: how the care system works different types of care funding options available to help meet the cost of care typical costs of different types of care the options open to you if you…
Independent financial advisers specialising in providing care funding advice Analysis of your state benefit entitlement Advice on how to receive any additional state support to which you are entitled Support and information enabling you to decide what care is right for you Factsheets can help…
Advice and information on: care and support to older people, their families and carers paying for care home fees and choosing a care home top-up fees and if they should be paid benefits and entitlements coping with worsening health and getting help with things you…
If you’re starting to think about elderly care, it can be hard to know where to begin. A free helpline is here to help you every step of the way, from information on how to pay for care to advice on finding the right type…
Using an equity release scheme to fund your care If you need to fund your long-term care and have already paid off, or nearly paid off, your mortgage, an equity release scheme is one option to consider. It is important to always get independent financial…
Who we are and what we do People face hard choices with money throughout their lives – at moments of crisis such as a divorce, or when they choose products such as a pension or car finance. Confronted with these events, most of us could…
Working out how much you need to pay for your care Social care isn't automatically provided for free, unlike health care.  WBC Charging for non-residential care services leaflet WBC Charging for residential and nursing care leaflet WBC Deferred Payments Guidance notes Care Home Top Up…
Advice and help for people who pay for their own care Further financial information for self-funders is also available from The Society of Later Life Advisers,  or the Money Advice Service. Self funding your own long term care - impartial advice and information from the Money Advice Service…
SOLLA links you with an adviser who helps you explore the solutions that work for you and where they are involved, your family too. Information on: Equity release Long term and respite care options Annuities Investments and savings Tax planning (IHT)
This helpful step by step guide is for people who have care and support needs, their carers and people who are planning for their future care needs. 
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