With years of experience helping people who have been overwhelmed by the system ‘Care Navigators’ can help you to find and arrange care and support. Understand the jargon and get the right assessments. As well as, help with claiming benefits and help with the forms. We can also explain the ways to pay for care including how the Local Authority and Health service can help.
Margaret’s Mum was paying for her own care. “Care Navigators saved us £92,000! From beginning to end they helped me to understand what was happening and get funding that I didn’t know existed. I can’t thank you enough”
Should you be paying for your care?
Arranging care for a loved one without any time or previous experience of the care and benefit system can be daunting. As well as, time consuming and confusing. But we can help guide you through your care journey.
Daniel had been told by the Hospital that his Wife would need to move into a Care Home. “I was devastated and had no idea what to do but when the Nurse said to speak to you and you would help me not only find somewhere but understand how it was going to be paid for, it was a blessed relief and saved me a fortune.”
Expert Advice can save you time and money
Choosing care can be hard enough without discovering later on that the cost is not what it seemed. Has increased or is not affordable in the longer term. It is important for long term affordability, that you get the right advice before making life changing decisions.
June went into Hospital after falling at home. Her Husband John didn’t realise he would be expected to pay for her care “I didn’t know where to start, when June came out of Hospital carers helped me to look after her, no one told me I would have to pay and after a while I was given a bill. I had no idea what it was for and the numbers didn’t seem to add up. I had no idea what my rights were or what I was supposed to do” We helped John and June to understand who pays for care, claim their benefits and get some free help.