Care Home Prices
Care home prices in the UK can vary and are dependant on factors such as location and what kind of care you require. If you require residential care home prices are usually cheaper than if additional nursing care is required, as nursing care can increase care home prices significantly.
Care home prices are not the same in all parts of the UK, there are variations amongst different regions, but on average you can expect to spend around £28,500 a year, on care home prices, rising to over £37,500 a year if additional nursing care is also required.
Source: Laing & Buisson Care of Older People, UK Market Report 2013/14
|Region/Cost per week||Care home||Care home with nursing|
|East of England||£604||£788|
|Yorkshire and the Humber||£489||£655|
With care home prices at such an expensive rate it’s important you receive all the relevant information you need in order to explore all of your available options. Contact us at Continuing Healthcare Direct to discuss your circumstances with one of our professional advisors, who are on hand to help guide you through the process to accessing available NHS funding.
Free Continuing Healthcare – NO Expensive Care Home Prices!
Did you know that you could be one of thousands of people entitled to receive FREE NHS Continuing Healthcare funding, If you are a UK resident and aged 18 or over with assessed primary healthcare needs, you can avoid expensive care home prices and could be eligible for NHS funding covering all of you care needs and costs.
If you are already living in a care home or considering the move, you should have your eligibility for NHS Continuing Healthcare funding assessed. This NHS funding is not means tested, if you have primary healthcare needs the NHS should be covering the cost of your care home prices in full.
Call our team of funding experts at Continuing Healthcare Direct today to see if you are entitled to free NHS funding. Contact us on 0800 049 2062. Alternatively please complete our quick FREE online assessment and we will contact you.