If you or a family member, relative or close friend have been diagnosed with a deteriorating mental health condition like Alzheimer’s or dementia, it is highly likely that you or they over time will require a significantly high level of elderly care support.
The team of specialist care advocates at Eldermera are adept at undertaking elderly care needs assessments so that you have all the information you need in one place to make the necessary care arrangements and prove eligibility for funding.
In your first consultation, we will ask detailed questions about your health, condition and day to day living needs. Our subsequent care assessment report will recommend options and suitable financial solutions which reflect your circumstances.
Our aim is to secure the best possible long term care package for your own particular needs.
“Care fees can be extremely expensive, so our care assessment service is an invaluable tool for establishing funding eligibility for NHS continuing healthcare or for negotiating care home costs and other associated expenses.”
We will help you access the best possible financial and care packages, as well as supporting you through the completion of all the complex legal paperwork and applications for care funding.
You can leave it all up to us to ensure all the information on your long term care requirements is prepared accurately.
Another key aspect of this service is for us to work together with you and your family to ensure that your care needs are reviewed on a regular basis, so that if changes are required, there is a robust evidence base to back this up. This is especially important if your circumstances are subject to frequent reviews by the NHS or social services.
Continuing and long term care and funding areas we assist with:
Establishing NHS continuing healthcare eligibility
NHS continuing healthcare eligibility for dementia, Alzheimer’s and a range of other long term elderly care conditions is determined by criteria which looks at the level of care required and whether it is primarily a health need.
Our team will guide you through the entire process to maximise funding for which you may be eligible.
This involves working with social care and health professionals who undertake an assessment of your health needs.
We can meet with NHS assessors and social services on your behalf, ensuring they are fully informed about the level of care you require.
Managing long term care with private funding
For some people, it is expected that they will have to fund long term care costs from their own assets.
We can help you devise strategies to organise your assets so you can generate an income stream to help meet the costs of ongoing care.
From negotiating care home fees through to putting property into asset protection trusts, our financial expertise and working knowledge of potential care options can help you make sound financial decisions for the future.
Why not schedule a free consultation today?
Our specialist care fees advisors know exactly how the care sector works: using our experience, we can quickly identify your needs and how to pay for your ongoing care, allowing you to make more informed decisions.
Call us now to find out more on 0330 022 5778 or 0207 030 4923