How to Not Sell Your Property When Going Into Care
If a person has assets of over £23,250 they are expected to pay the costs of their care home fees. With the average cost of nursing home care exceeding £700 per week it is easy to see why so many people are turning to selling their property when going into care to cover these costs.
What many people are unaware of is an NHS funded care package which can cover 100% of care costs. This funding could be your answer to how to not sell your property when going into care. Put simply, if an individual’s need for care is a primarily a health need, they are entitled to NHS Continuing Healthcare funding to meet the cost of their care in full. You should not have to sell your property.
How to not sell your property when going into care?
Secure full NHS Continuing Healthcare funding to cover the cost of care so that you do not have to sell your property. This funding 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”.
Not many people are aware of this funding and are wrongly paying for care. Make sure this isn’t you! To not have to sell your property when going into care speak to one of our specialists on 0844 248 3254 to check your eligibility for funding.