Aspects of the Dilnot Commission are incorporated into the Care Act 2015, including a "cap" on care costs and an increase in the asset threshold. Will this help you? The Government's "smoke and mirrors" approach to this is exposed!
Many people try and shelter their assets in the belief it will mean the Council will pay for their care. Is this a myth?
Underpinning the funding elements of the Care Act 2014 are "Eligible Care Needs", which are explored in this article.
In this article I introduce the Deferred Payment Scheme ("Equity Release" offered by the Local Authority in lieu of selling Granny's home to pay for her care).
If you are needing help with deciding what is the right care package for you or a loved-one this article introduces you to MySupportBroker, who can do all the leg-work for you and probably save you money into the bargain.
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