How to Avoid Selling Your Home to Pay for Care?
Are you wondering how to avoid selling your home to pay for care? Read Continuing Healthcare Direct’s latest post to find out.
A person with assets of over £23,250 is expected to pay the costs of their care home fees. Assets could be savings, investments, income and any qualifying property. People selling their homes to cover the cost of their care fees is a common occurrence, but today we tell you how to avoid selling your home to pay for care by securing NHS funding.
How to avoid selling your home to pay for care?
Put simply, you could avoid selling your home to pay for care by securing Continuing Healthcare funding. This NHS funding is available to individuals who have been found to have a primary health need.
If you’ve not heard of NHS Continuing Healthcare funding before it’s defined as “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”. The funding is available across the UK but not everyone knows about it which means they are wrongly paying for care!
At Continuing Healthcare Direct our team of medical and funding specialists are on hand to guide you through the entire funding process, from checking your eligibility to securing funding to pay for 100% of care.
Avoid selling your home to pay for care by securing Continuing Healthcare funding – get in touch with one of our funding and medical specialists today on 0844 248 3254 to see if you could be eligible.