Planning for Care Home Fees

Currently, about a quarter of elderly people need residential care in a care home in later life. That number is expected to rise in coming decades, mainly because on average people are living for longer. The rules regarding eligibility for state support are complex, and there are variations between local authorities, which have the statutory responsibility for care.

We provide comprehensive assistance and advice on all the issues involved including the many different options for funding care home fees.

One of our advisers, Ian Evans, is accredited with the Society Of Later Life Advisers (SOLLA). An independent organisation, SOLLA validates expertise in dealing with care home planning and other later life issues, such as arranging Lasting Power of Attorney.

If you cannot see what you are looking for, call us on 01934 511 511 or email

Case Study:
Long-term care on the Society Of Later Life Advisers

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Case Study:
Moving to a residential care home

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