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  • Title: National Care Line
    Descriptive info: .. Overview.. Domiciliary Care.. Tele-Care Support.. Respite Care.. Live-In Care.. Sheltered Housing.. Choosing a care home.. Residential and Nursing Care.. NHS Continuing Care.. The Local Authority Assessment.. Meeting Care Costs.. Local Authority Funding.. Direct Payments.. Direct Payments -Personal Budgets.. Available benefits.. Benefits table.. NHS care.. Care costs calculator.. If you need care and don't qualify for help with the costs.. Government eyes directing people to LTC financial advice.. Gwyn James newsletter - April 2012.. Gwyn James Newsletter - June 2011.. Powers of Attorney.. Court of Protection.. Property ownership.. Making a Will.. Goodwill at Christmas Time.. Divorce and Grandchildren.. Employing carers.. TaxHelp for older people.. Inaccurate HMRC figures could mean you pay more tax.. Tax Tips - November 2012.. Tax tips - October 2012.. Tax Tips - September 2012.. Tax Tips - August 2012.. Tax Tips - July 2012.. Tax Tips - June 2012.. 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If you would like to make a contribution towards the service, please click on the.. Donate.. button below.. All contributions are welcome and help to ensure that the service is here for others when  ...   2012 at 11:57 AM.. Read more.. More pain for social care as Osborne cuts extra 445m from councils.. Era of austerity will extend to 2018, says chancellor, as he announces further 4bn raid on welfare budget.. Posted on Thu 6th December 2012 at 5:07 PM.. Mental Health Act and Mental Capacity Act feature in government drive to cut "red tape".. Regulations covering parts of the Mental Health Act and Mental Capacity Act are among a swathe of health and social care "red tape" the government is seeking advice on whether to scrap, reform or keep.. Posted on Thu 22nd November 2012 at 5:08 PM.. Funding Long-Term Care.. Few people have suitably large private pensions to pay for the cost of their long-term care so what can you do when your income isn't sufficient to meet the cost of your care?.. Posted on Wed 21st November 2012 at 12:37 PM.. Sussex hospital pioneers hip operation to cut recovery time.. A new way of doing hip operations in Sussex has reduced the amount of time patients spend in hospital by almost a half.. Posted on Fri 16th November 2012 at 2:26 PM.. Care bills will soak up most of our savings.. A rising number of elderly people face losing almost all of their wealth to pay for social care, after the Government admitted it was unable to commit to reforming the system.. Posted on Thu 8th November 2012 at 1:19 PM.. Elderly people 'staying at home for fear of falling'.. A fear of falling is making many elderly people prisoners in their own homes, a survey has suggested.. Posted on Wed 31st October 2012 at 9:44 AM.. Ministers' inaction on care funding 'putting dignity of elderly at risk'.. Social care leaders say care White Paper has failed to address funding crisis.. Posted on Wed 24th October 2012 at 10:48 AM.. 1 |.. 2.. |.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. 8.. 9.. 10.. 11.. 12.. 13.. 14.. 15.. 16.. 17.. 18.. next.. Money.. Are you paying for residential care?.. Find out more.. Elderly relatives and legal issues.. Visit our legal section.. Considering equity release?.. Find out more in our equity release section.. Useful Links.. Click the link below to visit our links page.. Click Here.. Authority.. Click the link below to find your local authority.. Helpline:.. Email:.. 2010-2012 The National Care Line Site by.. Deansway Design.. Powered by.. ArrangementCMS.. This site uses cookies for the following purposes:.. to allow management of the site.. to allow you to log in to the site.. for third-party services like analytics.. to save your font preference.. to prevent this message from appearing again.. By continuing to use this site you agree to these uses.. Hide this message.. What are cookies?..

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  • Title: National Care Line
    Descriptive info: Types of Care - Overview.. Although everyone hopes to be well and active in retirement, with many of us now living well into our 80s, it is only to be expected that more of us are likely to need some form of care in the future.. Adult Social Care.. The adult social care service is the responsibility of the local social services authority and the service provision includes care homes, day centres, equipment and adaptations, meals and home care.. The gateway to these services is through community care and carer s assessments, direct payments and personal budgets and procedures for adult protection.. The need for help and support on a daily basis may happen slowly, perhaps as a result of a disabling condition such as dementia or arthritis, or it can happen suddenly such as following an accident or a stroke.. When people need these services, they are often at crisis points in their lives and need access to good quality advice and guidance but, despite the efforts of many organisations, this still difficult to access, leaving most of those needing care not receiving the assistance they require.. Care for an Older Person is generally termed Long Term care However the type of care will be dependent on a particular person's needs.. This maybe as simple as receiving Meals on Wheels and utilising aids and equipment, through to intense nursing care in a specialist home.. It is at times like these when you need to know what help is available to you and what your options are as getting the right information at the start is  ...   in organisations that provide care.. Remember.. People who are buying care (whether subsidised by the local authority or not) are customers and all have a choice.. All organisations which provide care for older people have to be registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) This regulatory body has far reaching powers which can fine providers and in certain circumstances close the organisation.. The Commission oversees a range of care services provided for older people and younger adults - including care homes, nursing homes and adult placements.. Domiciliary care services also fall under regulation ensuring that agencies are accountable for quality of the services they provide.. All Care Providers have to meet minimum standards required under the Care Standards Act and are inspected regularly to check these standards are met.. All care providers will have an inspection report which is available on request from CQC.. This report is also available from the CQC web site.. Local authority care homes and a number of establishments that were previously exempt from registration such as charter homes must also register with CQC.. Care Staff.. All people who work with older people have to have a Criminal Record Check and their names have to be checked against The Prevention of Vulnerable Adults List (POVA).. This List contains names of people who are excluded from working with vulnerable adults whether they have been prosecuted in court or not.. All Staff in Care Homes have to be trained to a certain standard and Managers of these establishments have to registered with CQC independently and should have achieved a recognised qualification for care managers..

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  • Title: National Care Line
    Descriptive info: Domiciliary Care is care provided in the home and is suited to those people who can retain their independence with some outside support.. The care provided is usually to help with a specific task, for example, help getting up and going to bed and/or help with bathing.. However, in the current economic climate, many people who need a little help are finding it increasingly difficult to get it from local authority social services because many authorities are not able to find the extra funding required to keep up with the growing need for care.. This often means that those whose care is assessed as low level often find that their services are limited or non-existent until they need of a higher level of care and support.. If you are caring for someone, there are people who can come into into the home of the person you re looking after to help with their care.. These could be paid workers who may be employed by the local authority or by, or on behalf of, the person you re looking after.. There is no standard charging rate for domiciliary care and each Local Authority can set their own charging procedures but in doing so, must take account of the guidance under the Fairer Charging Policies issued by the Department of Health.. Equipment and facilities that  ...   be included and following the Section 47 assessment, those who have been assessed as needing care from Social Services can either have it arranged through Social Services or people can opt to arrange their care themselves using funds allocated in their personal budget to pay for the care of their choice.. CQC registered homecare services.. There are various local private nursing and care agencies who specialise in home care packages to suit individual needs.. These agencies are regulated by law and have to meet standards laid down by the Care Standards Act.. Increasing numbers of those assessed as low level are turning to the private sector to obtain their care upon finding they are ineligible for council supported care.. Follow this link to a list CQC registered homecare agencies.. h.. ttp://www.. nhs.. uk/CarersDirect/guide/practicalsupport/Pages/Careathome.. aspx.. Companies offering delivery services.. As well as care services coming into the home there are many companies who offer regular delivery services, such as pharmacies, local supermarkets who will deliver your grocery and makers of ready made meals who supply meals for you to store in your freezer and use as required.. There are also schemes run by charities such as Age UK who provide sitting services and handyman schemes which can help to make life easier whether people are caring for someone else or living on their own..

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  • Title: National Care Line
    Descriptive info: Tele-care Support.. Telecare and telehealth services use technology to help you live more independently at home.. They include personal alarms and health-monitoring devices.. These services are especially helpful for people with long-term conditions, as they can give you and your relatives peace of mind that you re safe in your own home.. People usually contact a tele-care service after a problem has arisen with someone they care for.. This doesn t necessarily mean that the person needs help with caring for themselves it can often just be a friendly call to check on them during the day to ensure that they have come to no harm.. These support services are a very useful way of ensuring that someone is safe during the day when their carer or family cannot be there - perhaps due to work commitments.. They can also help a person remain in their own home for longer, avoiding a hospital stay or putting off moving into a residential care home.. A telephone care service provides peace of mind to all and helps:.. Service recipients to remain independent within their own homes.. Care service providers, local authorities and health services to deliver personal care at home in an effective and economical way.. Family members and care providers are able to confidently balance the delivery of care support at home and  ...   sensors can raise the alarm that something is wrong, such as a pressure mat on your mattress that can tell if you ve not made it back into bed, or a sensor on a door that senses if it s open or closed.. Then, if you have a fall, or you haven t got back into bed after going to the toilet in the night, or you ve forgotten to close the outside door, the sensor raises the alarm.. Telehealth.. There s also special telehealth equipment to monitor your health in your own home.. It can be equipment to measure your blood pressure, blood glucose levels or your weight.. This can reduce the number of visits you make to your GP and unplanned visits to the hospital.. You re taught how to do the tests on yourself and the measurements are automatically transmitted to your doctor or nurse, who can then see the information without you having to leave home.. They can let you know if they have any concerns.. Where to get telecare and telehealth services.. Telecare and telehealth are new and may not yet be available on the NHS in your area.. Ask your GP, social worker, primary care trust (PCT) or local authority for more information.. You can also buy some of these telecare and telehealth products and services privately..

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  • Title: National Care Line
    Descriptive info: It may be that you require a period of more intensive care away from home, possibly following an illness, or during your regular carers annual holiday.. Respite care is also often advised when a carer needs a break from caring for a short while, perhaps to enable them to receive medical treatment themselves.. In these circumstances, respite care in a specialist home may be the ideal solution and many professionally run Care Homes, usually in the independent sector across the UK, offer tailor-made respite care solutions for those in need of this type of help..

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  • Title: National Care Line
    Descriptive info: By James Mackay, Care Advice Specialist, Helping Hands Home Care.. Live-In care allows individuals who want to remain in their own homes the choice to be able to do so.. It s suitable for adults of all ages and people in a variety of different situations.. A live-in care service usually provides 24 hour support with a carer living in a spare room in the customer s property.. The carer provides one to one support to the customer s preferences.. It offers a credible alternative to residential care and can be for short periods (commonly known as short break or respite care) or ongoing support as required.. When looking for a live-in care agency it s pertinent to ask;.. Do they employ their carers or are they just an introductory agency? You are usually responsible for paying the carer directly (including expenses) if they are not directly employed and may also be liable to ensure that they pay tax and national insurance depending on the number of hours they work.. Are there any hidden costs involved e.. g.. carer s travel?.. What kind of notice periods are involved? You may be tied in to paying for a long period when the carer may no longer be required e.. a long hospital stay.. Is the agency registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC)? All agencies that provide care should be registered with the CQC.. They govern the care sector and carry out inspections to ensure that agencies are providing a good service.. Is an assessment carried out so that the company fully understands your needs?.. How long do their carers work for e.. 4-8 weeks at a  ...   they would like to have care for them.. Details of potential carers should be sent in advance and you should at least have the opportunity to talk to a carer over the phone and meet them in person if practicable.. How are their carers trained? What kind of selection process do they have? Training and selection should go hand in hand as carers will need to be evaluated in an environment similar to a person s own home.. This enables a company to identify a carer s strengths and weaknesses, as well as understanding how best to fill gaps in their knowledge.. Ask the company if they would allow the person they put forward to look after their relative.. For many people, being able to stay at home is the most important thing on their mind but they feel that a particular condition or illness they have may prevent this from happening.. With most conditions the greatest benefit is felt by people who remain in their own homes, especially if the condition is affecting their memory.. For example customers with Dementia / Alzheimer s have shown a slower decline when in familiar surroundings and allowed to continue with their usual routines.. However, it s not just older adults that benefit from live-in care.. Many younger adults either in education or employment enjoy the flexibility that live-in care offers to allow them to lead fulfilling and successful lives.. With so many people benefitting from live-in care, it s little wonder that the service is fast becoming the preferred option for people whatever their circumstances.. For more information, please call.. 0808 180 9005.. or visit.. www.. helpinghandshomecare.. co.. uk..

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  • Title: National Care Line
    Descriptive info: Sheltered Housing schemes are suited for people who want to retain independent lives, but would like the security of a Warden or Scheme Manager who is available in case of emergencies.. For the active retired, the additional support that this kind of housing gives,enables them to remain living independently and offers a real alternative to residential care but the downside with these schemes is that many do not have staff to provide care.. Extra Care Housing.. Many local authorities are now basing their sheltered accommodation for elderly people on a new and popular model called 'Extra care housing'.. This type of accommodation offers variety in style and choice and meets their housing needs whilst providing support and care within the community.. The common aim is to support people to live independently as long as they possibly can - the new ones are often being referred to as retirement villages.. With the Government encouraging people to stay in their homes for longer and more companies providing domiciliary care, it is becoming easier to remain at home.. This housing model offers improved facilities with easy maintainence giving people the security of a home for life, social activities if they want to join them, plus 24 hour care services for  ...   there when you do.. There are mixes of homes, rent, part-buy and owned and there are 3 elements to the cost of extra care housing:-.. The cost of buying or renting the home.. The services charges associated with the home ie maintenance costs and any communal facilities.. Any care and support costs incurred.. How a person meets these payments depends on their personal financial situation.. For example; they may have to meet all their costs, a proportion or none depending upon their entitlement to welfare benefits.. The advantage of these schemes is that it puts people back in control of their lives by having accommodation matching their needs rather than struggling to manage in a home not suited to their current circumstances.. If, or when they ever need care, they buy in what they need as and when they need it from a separate provider.. Separation of accommodation and care is a good point for the client.. It means that if the care they receive is not to their liking, they can change provider without having to move home, whereas if they were in a home, they would have no choice other than to move.. This is a real benefit to the security of an older person..

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  • Title: National Care Line
    Descriptive info: The checklist below is not intended to cover all needs but to provide an awareness of points to consider when choosing a care home - too many negative points may seriously affect the standard of care.. Location.. You may wish to remain close to your present home, relatives and friends or General Practitioner.. If you are considering a change in location consider:.. Would you prefer to live in the locality or community you have been used to?.. Is the home situated where relatives and friends can visit you easily?.. Will you have to change your GP?.. Is there easy access to public transport, local amenities, parks,.. church, post office or shops?.. Are the surroundings too noisy or too quiet and what would you feel comfortable in?.. To search for CQC registered homes with and without nursing in your area please follow the enclosed link:-.. http://www.. uk/CarersDirect/guide/practicalsupport/Pages/Carehomes.. The Home.. Does it have a caring proprietor?.. Does the place look bright and welcoming?.. Take the terms and conditions of residence and brochures and read them carefully.. The Room.. This will become your own private place and must be comfortable:.. Is it shared or single and what is the outlook?.. Will it accommodate personal possessions or some of your own.. special small pieces of furniture?.. If you have a pet, can you bring it with you?.. Are there telephone or television aerial sockets?.. Can you have your own telephone with a separate number?.. Facilities.. Consider what facilities the home needs to offer and the type of care you need, for example:.. If the accommodation is not on the ground floor, is there a lift?.. Do any of the following visit regularly: minister, hairdresser, chiropodist, library etc.. ?.. Can you manage any steps in or around the home?.. Are there smoking and  ...   chosen from food you enjoy:.. Is the food interesting, varied and of good quality?.. Is there a choice of menus?.. Are special diets catered for?.. Can you take meals in the room if desired?.. Can you offer visiting friends or relatives refreshments?.. Atmosphere.. Try to assess how the home feels:.. Are the staff welcoming and caring and how do the other residents seem when talking to them?.. Restrictions.. Does the Home have rules for residents, and if so are they acceptable? These may include:.. Set times for going to bed, getting up, or having a bath.. Visitors may be allowed only at certain times or not in your own room.. Can you consume alcohol, and if so where?.. The Cost.. Can you afford the fees?.. Be clear of what is included, such as:.. The cost of personal hygiene or medical needs and personal laundry.. Remember if fees are being paid from capital it will decrease very quickly.. Work out how many months it will last and, most importantly, find out whether the home will agree to accommodate you on state support if required?.. If you are in this situation please call us or follow this link -.. thenationalcareline.. org/index.. php?node=Funding Care If you need care and you don t qualify for help with funding.. for further information.. Complaints Procedure.. Any difficulties or problems you encounter should first be taken up with the home proprietor.. If you are unable to satisfactorily resolve the problem, it should be referred in writing to the social services department, or health authority homes inspector.. If the outcome of the investigation is not satisfactory, you can take your complaint to the Local Government Ombudsman who can provide an independent complaints review service.. They can be contacted on.. 0300 061 0614.. or by email on.. advice@lgo..

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  • Title: National Care Line
    Descriptive info: There may come a time when a person needs long term care over and above what can be practically provided by home care or nursing agencies.. Then the option of a care home should be considered.. Deciding to leave one's own home and move into a care home can be very stressful and distressing.. However, many people's preconceptions about moving into a care home are usually unfounded and generally the care provided is of a high standard, allowing a person to live a fulfilled life, with the care provided meeting their personal needs while respecting their privacy and dignity.. Mainly there are two types of care home and they are known  ...   they can carry on their lives and maintain participation in the activities they enjoy, but with the added benefit of security, companionship and 24 hour care.. The care in a residential home usually comprises of the living accommodation and meals together with personal care, help and supervision with medication and someone on call at night.. The care provided in a nursing home is along the same lines as that provided in a residential home with the addition of constant nursing care by specialist nursing staff on an ongoing basis.. This type of care is likely to be required by people who are bedridden or very frail and who need regular nursing attention..

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  • Title: National Care Line
    Descriptive info: NHS Continuing Care.. NHS continuing healthcare or fully funded NHS care is when a package of care is provided solely by the NHS which can be provided in hospital, care home or in an individual s own home.. Applying for this funding is a very grey area and not an easy process to go through or understand because it is awarded depending upon whether a person s primary need is a health need.. If your overall care needs show that your primary need is a health one you should qualify for continuing healthcare.. This will be assessed by 4 key indicators:.. nature the type of condition or treatment required including quality and quantity.. intensity one or more needs which are so severe that they require regular interventions.. unpredictability unexpected changes in your condition that are difficult to manage and present a risk to you or to others.. complexity symptoms that interact, making them difficult to manage or control.. There is a very  ...   eligible for NHS continuing healthcare where it can be said that their primary need is a health need.. The decision as to whether a person has a primary health need takes into account the legal limits of Local Authority provision.. In order to arrive at the correct decision, use is made of a 'Decision Support Tool' which should support the application of the National Framework.. Using the Decision Support Tool correctly should ensure that all needs and circumstances that might affect an individual s eligibility are taken into account in making this decision.. Further information is available.. Decision Support Tool for NHS Continuing Healthcare.. If you do not qualify for NHS continuing care and require further information on funding care please see our page entitled '.. If you need help but don't qualify for help with the costs'.. For further help and advice concerning your eligibility to NHS Continuing care funding, you can request a call from our solicitor by.. clicking this link..

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  • Title: National Care Line
    Descriptive info: Local Authority Assessment.. Legislation under Section 47 of the NHS Community Care Act states that any person in need of care should be assessed by their local social services department to determine the type of care best suited to their needs.. This may be Domiciliary Care (Home Care) A Care Home or a Care home with Nursing.. The assessment is not binding and you may decide a different course of action.. Everyone who is in need of assistance is entitled to help in organising and maybe, paying for care and your Local Social Services department is there to help and advise.. To find out what support you may be entitled to, you will need to contact your GP, district nurse or local authority for a health and social care assessment.. The process is a single assessment procedure combining the assessment for local authority social services with health care.. During this assessment full details of assets,including property owned by the person needing care will need to be disclosed.. Upon completion of the assessment, the local authority can then decide upon the care that can be provided under its eligibility criteria.. It is important that services offer a joined up approach and local authorities are obliged to include other agencies during the assessment process.. This ensures that matters such as welfare benefits, health, housing and transport are areas included for consideration.. The assessment usually comprises of three stages:.. Assessment of a persons circumstances and needs.. Defining what needs must be dealt with by the local authority as they fall within its elibility criteria.. If appropriate, a financial assessment.. It should be noted that local authorities have the power to make sure that assets have not been transferred or given away to avoid paying for care.. Local Authority Support Thresholds.. England, Wales and Northern Ireland 23,250 and Scotland 24,750.. For those whose capital is between the upper  ...   the care they need.. If you have to pay for your care yourself, it is advisable to seek qualified professional advice before making any financial decisions, especially if you want to remain financially independent or perhaps leave an inheritance for your family.. Paying for care is a huge financial commitment and establishing a method of meeting the costs is essential if you do not want your entire assets consumed down to the Local Authority limits.. If you are in this situation, please.. click here.. Trying to avoid care home fee payments.. Sometimes people deliberately transfer ownership of their assets to someone else in order to reduce what they pay in care home fees.. If the local council believes this has happened they may assess you differently than in the normal assessment procedure:.. if assets were transferred within the six months before you moved into care, the council can recover the cost of your stay from whoever received the gift.. if the transfer happened more than six months before you moved into care, they can assess you as if you still own the assets.. There is no time limit as to how far back the council can go to find out if you have given away assets to avoid care costs.. Further information.. The Department has published updates to the Fairer Charging Policies for Home Care and other non-residential Social Services guidance, and the Charging for Residential Accommodation Guide (CRAG).. The revisions to the Fairer Charging guidance, to be applied from 29 September 2012, are primarily to take account of a change to the use of Guaranteed Income Payments paid under the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme.. Changes to CRAG have also been made to reflect these revisions.. The updated editions are available to view below:.. dh.. gov.. uk/health/2012/10/fairercharging/.. Fairer Charging Policies for Home Care and other non-residential Social Services updated October 2012.. https://www.. wp.. uk/publications/files/2012/10/Updated-CRAG-guidance-20121.. pdf..

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