How Much Do Care Homes Cost?
According to PayingForCare depending on where in the UK you live care homes can cost an average of £28,500 per year for a residential care home or £37,500 per year if nursing is required.
Care homes can be very costly, but there are things that you can do to avoid paying for care completely. How much do care homes fees? Nothing? How!? Read Continuing Healthcare Direct’s latest to post to find out.
How much do care homes cost and how can you avoid paying for care?
With the average cost of a nursing home exceeding £700 per week it’s clear to see how people are struggling to fund their care!
There is a way to avoid paying care home costs completely but not many people are aware of it let alone aware of how to secure it. That’s where Continuing Healthcare Direct steps in. Continuing Healthcare Direct specialises in securing Continuing Healthcare funding to cover 100% of care costs. What is Continuing Healthcare funding? It is “a package of care that is arranged and funded solely by the NHS where the individual has been found to have a primary health need”. Put simply, this means that if you are eligible, you could avoid paying for care home costs completely.
With a variety of NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding services available, our team of medical and funding specialists are on hand to help whatever situation you’re in. Call today on 0800 049 2062 to see if you’re eligible for full funding to cover care home costs.