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If you or a loved one is facing up to long term care needs or has been diagnosed with a condition such as Dementia or Alzheimer’s, your circumstances change quickly and present many challenges and hurdles for you to overcome.
From professional assessments of care needs, to sorting out all the legal paperwork and financial arrangements, this a highly stressful time for you and your family, coupled with all of the emotions which come with taking responsibility for someone’s long term care.
It is highly likely that you or your family will find themselves in one of the following situations, and this is where the team at Eldermera can really help you with long term care provision, funding eligibility, legal requirements and financial planning to meet care costs.
Have you or a family member been diagnosed with a long term illness and require support with care services?
Eldermera can help anyone with a long term care need. That means assessing your individual requirements, organising your care delivery, helping you apply for care funding, and sorting out all the legal and financial aspects – all via a single point of contact.
Do you worry about the care needs of your parents as they get older and require a greater level of support?
You can trust the care team at Eldermera to take all the pressure off you. If you have a full time job, childcare responsibilities or you live too far away to offer regular help, our team can step in to ensure that your loved ones receive the right level of care, in either a residential or nursing home setting.
Do you need additional support to safely and effectively provide your elderly husband, wife or partner with the care they require?
You can rely on our expertise to assess your spouse’s care requirements and come up with a range of support, from providing care at home to identifying an appropriate residential or nursing home placement.
Do you have a loved one who is already in long term care and is being assessed or has been assessed for care funding?
You may already be finding that care funding assessments are complex. Our specialist care advocates will ensure you have all the information you need to prove eligibility for NHS continuing care funding and achieve the right level of care.
Have you had an application for NHS continuing care funding turned down and would like to lodge an appeal?
You can work with Eldermera to draw up additional evidence-based documentation for the level of care required and prove that you or a loved one has a health need. This may include meeting with NHS assessors and social services on your behalf to ensure you are eligible for the level of care you need.
Do you have a relative or loved one who has had to pay their care costs when perhaps they didn’t need to?
You may not be aware that you may be able to reclaim care fees which a loved one has already paid, even in cases when they have passed away. The cost of ongoing long term care is high and we can analyse medical records and help you make an application for retrospective funding to pay for care fees, as well as negotiating any future care expenses.
Looking after the care needs and financial affairs of loved ones as they grow older presents a complex, sensitive set of challenges.
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So how do you want your or their care delivered? Do you need better, more integrated support for your long term elderly care needs? And who can ensure that your loved ones get the long term care they need and deserve?
Eldermera is uniquely placed to help you, giving you access to one-to-one, dedicated support to co-ordinate all aspects of elderly long term care. Our team of care specialists has a better understanding of care provision to meet the varying capabilities of elderly loved ones, and our costs reflect that, often allowing you to make substantial long term savings by organising all of your care needs under one roof.
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Whether you are caring for a family member with dementia, a close friend with Alzheimer’s or a relative with mental or physical incapacity, we can pull together all the different care services they need, put in place manageable and affordable care packages and complete all the paperwork for you.
And if you yourself have been diagnosed with a worsening mental health condition, you too can plan ahead to protect your interests when you can no longer make important decisions about your care.
If you need help reviewing care homes and their terms and conditions so that you make the right choice, our team has the expertise to do this.
We know all the ins and outs of arranging privately or NHS funded care and what support mechanisms are available to you. We are here to guide you through the options.
Our network of specialist care advocates will organise long term care arrangements for you or your loved ones, and provide you with tailored legal and financial solutions to help cover costs and achieve better, more personalised care provision.
From inspecting care homes or their CQC ratings and dovetailing care support packages in the home environment to organising the necessary legal and financial arrangements such as Lasting Power of Attorney documents, we can take care of it all for you as a single point of contact so that you do not have deal with several different areas of the NHS, private care providers and solicitors.
Legal issues arise when caring for somebody and so also cover all the relevant legal services which may be required for you, your family or your representative.
If you need assistance in financial advice for future care planning, our team of experts can help you put together more sustainable packages of care.
We will give you dedicated support across all aspects of elderly care, as well as a clearer understanding of the legal and financial options for care services and funding availability.
Working together, we help you make informed decisions for achieving better outcomes for long term elderly care.