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Will the NHS swallow all the Health and Social care funds?

09/09/2021
There is significant concern that planned increases to National Insurance to raise an additional £10 billion a year, may be entirely consumed by the NHS.

What does the cap on care costs mean for me?

08/09/2021
Yesterday the government announced changes to the long term strategy for paying for care. Whilst it is exceptionally positive that a plan is in place, it is crucial to take away a number of key points.

Continuing Healthcare Funding going into 2021

17/12/2020
Alongside all NHS services, Covid 19 had a severe impact on Continuing Healthcare funding in 2020.

What has the impact of Coronavirus been on Continuing Healthcare Funding?

05/08/2020
View our detailed video which explains the impact that Coronavirus has had on Continuing Healthcare Funding.

THE IMPACT OF COVID-19

01/04/2020
Our April 2020 Fact Sheet.

Thousands die waiting for NHS Continuing Healthcare funding

10/09/2019
An article released by the Daily Express, with research undergone by Barbara Keeley MP, indicates that at least 4,000 applicants have sadly deceased while awaiting CHC funding decisions since 2015.

Frequently asked questions about care homes

31/07/2019
From how your loved one will be kept safe to activities programmes, we answer the top questions people have when their loved one goes into a care home.

Common misconceptions of care homes

30/07/2019
When people think of care homes they often have their own misconceptions and concerns about certain things, in this article we debunk the myths.

What to do with belongings and pets of someone going into care

24/06/2019
When a loved one goes into care, what do you do with their belongings? We talk about some of the best ways to sort through their assets.

Is care the right option for my loved one?

20/06/2019
Deciding whether a care home is the right choice for your loved one can be a daunting decision, we ask bloggers and experts for their advice.

Life savings are spent on care that should be free

11/06/2019
Thousands of vulnerable patients in England are missing out on NHS funding for care that they are legally entitled to. Some families say they have spent nearly all their life savings on filling the gaps.

Fundraising ideas to raise money for a care home

28/05/2019
A book fair, cake sale or marathon run, there are hundreds of ways you can raise money for a care home close to your heart.

What to bring on your weekly care home visit

23/05/2019
Flowers, pets, music and sweet treats are all great gifts to take when visiting your loved one in a care home. Read our blog to find out why.

The history of continuing healthcare

29/04/2019
The term continuing healthcare can be a confusing and scary one, in this blog we uncover the history behind this style of funding.

How care homes can benefit our loved ones

25/04/2019
The thought of putting a loved one into care can be a daunting one. In this blog we talk to care experts about why it can benefit our friends and family.

The best countries for care homes

01/04/2019
How does the care we offer our elderly communities differ across the globe? In this article we find out who is topping the charts and why.

A guide to charities for older people

27/03/2019
Looking to help the elderly community by donating? We have uncovered the best UK charities that help the elderly live the happiest lives.

A look at pet therapy in care homes

25/02/2019
In this article we look into how pets can have positive benefits to those living in care or isolated care environments.

How to choose the right care home

20/02/2019
Choosing the right care home is an important decision and with our latest guide, we have put together some must-know advice and tips on how to do so.

Changes to the Decision Support Tool and checklist for NHS Continuing Healthcare 2018

26/09/2018
Following the updated National Framework for NHS Continuing Healthcare in 2018, we analyse the changes to the Decision Support tool and checklist assessments.

National Framework for CHC and FNC October 2018 Revised

21/09/2018
The Department of Health and Social Care published a revision to the National Framework for continuing healthcare funding on 1 March 2018. This revision comes into effect on 1 October 2018. The Compass CHC team analyse the changes and the impact.

Can I Claim Back Care Home Fees?

16/03/2018
The often-asked question of ‘Can I claim back care home fees?’ is unfortunately not a straightforward yes or no. We look at more details below.

Continuing Healthcare Fast Track Guidance

13/03/2018
Continuing healthcare fast-track funding is an entirely separate form of funding provided for continuing healthcare. We have looked at the details below.

What are the 12 Care Domains of Continuing Healthcare?

01/03/2018
We have analysed the care domains and how they assessed in more detail here.

What is a Primary Healthcare Need?

27/02/2018
We have looked at what is classed as a primary health need during the continuing healthcare funding process.

How Do I Appeal an NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding Decision?

25/02/2018
Appealing an NHS continuing healthcare decision can be time consuming (people can wait for months, or even years) and very distressing for individuals and their families.

In the News: Dying Cancer Patient Loses Health Care Funding After Needs Deemed “Not Severe Enough”

22/02/2018
With stories in the news of more terminally ill patients losing their continuing healthcare funding, Compass CHC's Managing Director Tim Davies has offered his views on the issues.

How to Apply for NHS Continuing Care

20/02/2018
The process of applying for Continuing Healthcare can be a confusing one, so we have outlined the various stations of the process below.

Is NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding Means Tested?

13/02/2018
As one of our most frequently asked questions, we have looked to shed some light on the query above.

Drug to Treat Alzheimer’s Could Only Be Five Years Away

02/01/2018
After a major breakthrough, a drug to treat Alzheimer’s could be just five years away.

Jess and Charlie become Pets As Therapy Volunteers

15/11/2017
Compass CHC employee gives back to the community by working as a pet therapy volunteer in spare time.

Lack of care home choice leaving families ‘settling’ for inadequate places

31/10/2017
Systemic failure in the care home sector is leaving the majority of people with limited choice and half of people needing care having to wait for a bed, according to new research by Which?

Did you hear Radio 4’s consumer affairs programme You & Yours on October 25th?

30/10/2017
The presenters took an in-depth look at how CCGs are flouting the National Framework guidelines for NHS continuing healthcare by imposing care caps.

Investigation into NHS continuing healthcare funding

23/10/2017
The National Audit Office has published the findings of its investigation into NHS continuing healthcare. The following is a press release from the NAO:

Compass CHC successfully secures £21,600 refund of care fees

17/10/2017
Without the right support securing NHS continuing healthcare funding can be difficult, so when we take on a case it’s always nice to share the successful outcome.

Compass CHC secures a £39,200 refund of care fees

11/10/2017
We recently helped a client obtain NHS continuing healthcare funding and receive a £39,200 refund of incorrectly paid care home fees.

In the News: BBC report highlights disparity in NHS CHC funding

11/09/2017
BBC: “Medical opinions have been ignored in the assessment of NHS payments to patients receiving care, it is claimed.”

In the News: ‘most adults unprepared for care costs’

30/08/2017
Research by the Centre for the Modern Family uncovers a worrying trend among its participants.

In the news: “NHS Continuing Healthcare funding: anomalous, irregular, and often baffling”

23/08/2017
We read a recent blog by Melanie Henwood published on the London School of Economics and Political Science website with interest.

Compass CHC supports Devon Air Ambulance

08/08/2017
Compass CHC is delighted to support Devon Air Ambulance Trust’s ‘Night Flying Campaign’ with a donation of £1000 towards a ‘community landing site’ in Braunton, North Devon.

Compass CHC secures a £26,300 refund of care fees

31/07/2017
We recently helped a family receive a £26,300 refund of incorrectly paid care fees; this is how…

In the News: refunds due for overpaid Lasting Power of Attorney fees

26/07/2017
Daily Mail reports that many thousands of people have been overcharged when applying for Lasting Power of Attorney.

In the News: The Times and NHS continuing healthcare funding

24/07/2017
The article in The Times provides a stark overview into the difficulties patients experience when applying for NHS continuing healthcare funding even when there is a clear case for providing it.

Reduce dementia risk by making these changes

20/07/2017
The BBC is reporting that an international study in The Lancet has identified nine key lifestyle risk factors associated with developing dementia.

We’ve secured a successful outcome for another client

19/07/2017
We recently secured NHS continuing healthcare funding for a family struggling with the cost of care.

Compass CHC successfully secures Continuing healthcare funding

13/07/2017
The process of securing NHS continuing healthcare funding can be a protracted one, so when we complete a case it is always a pleasure to share the successful outcome.

In the news: BBC1 ‘Grandad, Dementia and Me’

12/07/2017
'Grandad, Dementia and Me', the recent BBC One documentary is very emotive and perfectly demonstrates the struggles faced daily by many of our clients.

What costs are covered by NHS CHC funding?

12/07/2017
Continuing Healthcare Funding, also known as CHC Funding, is free healthcare provided by the NHS and it can cover up to 100% of care…

BBC 2 Hospital: the NHS, dementia & continuing healthcare

11/07/2017
Episode three of the current BBC2’s Hospital series provides an eye opening and very raw insight into the stress delays in obtaining NHS continuing healthcare can cause patients and family members.

Dementia isn’t a dirty word

10/07/2017
We read with admiration, the recent HuffPost blog by Khadra Abdi; what a very powerful and moving account of living with Alzheimer’s and of the invaluable work of Alzheimer’s Society.

Braunton artist creates bespoke illustrations for Barnstaple company

23/06/2017
North Devon artist Hannah Makepeace has been commissioned by Barnstaple firm Compass CHC to create bespoke illustrations to depict the nature of their work more sensitively

Some of our recent successes

21/06/2017
The process of securing NHS continuing healthcare funding can be a long and protracted one, so it is always a pleasure for us to share success stories

We examine a FAQ surrounding continuing healthcare & appeals

21/06/2017
"I’m going through an appeal; can the CCG complete a new DST before the appeal has concluded?"

Is there an upper limit to amount NHS continuing healthcare funding will cover?

19/06/2017
The untruths, misunderstanding and myths surrounding NHS continuing healthcare continue to astound us and cause distress to our clients, here we clarify a recent funding related query.

In the news: the Daily Mail discusses how care homes may be breaking the law

15/06/2017
We comment on the Daily Mail's “rip-off care homes” article

What is the Difference Between Healthcare and Social Care?

05/06/2017
We are often asked about the difference between healthcare and social care and how it impacts on funding.

Comparing the social care manifestos

31/05/2017
BBC Radio 4’s ‘You & Yours’ programme recently ran a feature on Social Care & the crisis ridden NHS has formed a major part of the three main parties' 2017 manifestos with all three promising more money for health care.

How will the Tory social care manifesto affect me?

23/05/2017
With the social care system under intense strain, we review the Conservative social care manifesto and explain its long-term impact

We’re supporting Dementia Awareness Week

15/05/2017
Dementia is set to be the 21st Centuries biggest killer and this week is Dementia Awareness Week.

In the News: Good Morning Britain

11/05/2017
Good Morning Britain reveal that private care home residents pay £214 more a week than local-authority residents

Alzheimer’s & Continuing Healthcare Funding

11/05/2017
Does having Alzheimer's disease automatically qualify a person for NHS continuing healthcare funding? The experts at Compass CHC explain why it's not quite that simple...

What is a ‘Fast Track’ Continuing Healthcare Assessment?

10/05/2017
We explain what the fast track assessment for continuing healthcare is and how it can benefit patient's with deteriorating conditions.

5 key facts about continuing healthcare

04/05/2017
Tim Davies, Managing Director and (non-practicing) solicitor of Compass CHC has put together five handy facts about NHS continuing healthcare funding to help you understand the process.

Compass CHC delighted to raise £600.00 for Alzheimer’s Society

02/05/2017
Compass CHC's first fundraising quiz for 'charity of the year' Alzheimer's Society was a huge success.

Our chosen charity for 2017 is Alzheimer’s Society

24/04/2017
Each year we nominate a ‘Charity of the Year’.

Have you booked your table for our fundraising quiz?

19/04/2017
With less than a week to go until our fundraising quiz and raffle night in aid of Alzheimer's Society at SQ Bar and Restaurant in Braunton, we are delighted to confirm details of the great raffle prizes on offer.

In the news: BBC Business discusses care fees avoidance

18/04/2017
We read the recent BBC Business article "Trying to avoid care home fees? Think twice consumers told" with interest.

We support Parkinson’s Awareness Week

12/04/2017
We regularly speak to clients & families with Parkinson's and have a full awareness of the complexities of living with and managing the progressive neurological condition.

Is Compass Continuing Healthcare a law firm?

10/04/2017
Who are the experts at Compass CHC and how can they help with your NHS Continuing Healthcare assessment?

Funding denial outrage

06/04/2017
We comment on the West Sussex County Times continuing healthcare funding outrage article

Join Compass CHC for charity quiz in support of Alzheimer’s Society

05/04/2017
Grab your friends and join us as we host a fundraising quiz & raffle in support of Alzheimer's Society at SQ Bar and Restaurant, Braunton on Tuesday April 25th 2017

What is NHS Continuing Healthcare?

05/04/2017
We interview Tim Davies, Managing Director of Compass CHC. He specialises in securing NHS Continuing Healthcare, the pot of money available through the NHS to cover 100% of care fees irrespective of location or financial assets

In the news: Care homes & the social care funding crisis

31/03/2017
We comment on the latest care home crisis article in the Daily Mail

Social Services, financial assessments and NHS Continuing Healthcare explained

28/03/2017
We hope the following Q&A will help to explain the situation surrounding Social Services, financial assessments and NHS Continuing Healthcare

Is there funding available for care home fees?

21/03/2017
YES. NHS continuing healthcare funding is not means tested and it can cover up to 100% of care costs...

Continuing Healthcare and Dementia

13/03/2017
Our experts explain the complexities surrounding NHS continuing healthcare funding and dementia

Compass secure c£100,000 patient funding

09/03/2017
Compass CHC win NHS England appeal and secure c£100,000 continuing healthcare funding for patient incorrectly denied money by BaNES Clinical Commissioning Group

Compass CHC support fundraising event

02/03/2017
Compass CHC support SQ Bar & Restaurant’s 1st Annual Fundraiser in aid of Rare Disease UK and the Caroline Thorpe Ward at North Devon District Hospital

CCGs incorrectly moving patients out of own homes

23/02/2017
We investigate the worrying trend of some Clinical Commissioning Groups to move patients out of their own homes despite National Framework guidelines to the contrary

Glossary: NHS Continuing Healthcare

21/02/2017
A useful glossary of key terms associated with the NHS continuing healthcare funding process

The rising cost of care

14/02/2017
We comment on the article published in the Daily Telegraph concerning the rising cost of self-funded care

Do we need to sell Mum’s home to cover care fees?

13/02/2017
Not if her requirement for care has been assessed as a primary health need

Did you hear the Today programme on Radio 4?

07/02/2017
It highlighted the appalling lack of awareness surrounding NHS continuing healthcare, the unacceptably long delays to get an assessment completed and the astronomical cost of care

I’ve Been Awarded NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding, Is It for Life?

07/02/2017
No, unfortunately, your eligibility for CHC funding will undergo regular reviews

Can an advocate attend a DST assessment?

06/02/2017
If you choose to have an advocate, such as a non-practicing solicitor, represent you at an NHS continuing healthcare assessment this can be especially effective.

We’re creating new digital content

31/01/2017
In an effort to make our specialist knowledge and continuing healthcare content accessible to a wider audience, we have been in our studio creating new Vlogs.

Why should I use a specialist continuing healthcare company?

26/01/2017
We explain why we believe it is advantageous to use a continuing healthcare specialist.

We’ve received a care bill, do we have to pay it?

24/01/2017
As we continue to explore the most regular queries handled by our experts, we investigate if you should carry on paying for care whilst undergoing a continuing healthcare assessment

What is the Decision Support Tool?

23/01/2017
The Decision Support Tool (DST) – used in NHS continuing healthcare funding decisions – is a document which helps to record evidence of an individual’s care needs to determine if they qualify for continuing healthcare funding.

We’d never heard of NHS continuing healthcare funding

18/01/2017
We investigate why the NHS is so poor at signposting its patients to continuing healthcare funding.

How Long Should I Wait for a Continuing Healthcare Funding Decision?

12/01/2017
We investigate the length of time it should take to receive a continuing healthcare funding decision

I am next of kin, why should an LPA be in place?

10/01/2017
Lasting Power of Attorney is a legal document enabling a nominated person to make decisions on an individual's behalf if they lack the mental capacity to do so themselves.

My relative lacks capacity but doesn’t have Power of Attorney

10/01/2017
It is important to legally appoint a trusted friend or relative to act on your behalf before you lose mental capacity…

Can you avoid paying for care home fees?

06/01/2017
Paying for care homes is an expensive business; the average cost of a nursing home in England and Wales is in excess of £800 a week, or £41,600 a year.

NHS CHC funding & how Compass CHC can help

05/01/2017
Dubbed the NHS’s ‘best kept secret’, few people are aware of NHS continuing healthcare funding or if they qualify, but it could pay for your care costs.

Season’s Greetings from Compass CHC

23/12/2016
On behalf of everyone at Compass CHC, I would like to take this opportunity to wish all our clients, new and old, a very Merry Christmas.

Instructing continuing healthcare funding experts – how to avoid the pitfalls

22/12/2016
We are aware of a concerning trend involving companies claiming to be experts in the area of continuing healthcare who have little to no expertise whatsoever.

Can a CCG overturn a DST recommendation?

22/12/2016
Can a CCG overturn a multi-disciplinary team recommendation for NHS continuing healthcare funding at a decision support tool assessment?

Emmerdale: helping to raise awareness of vascular dementia

21/12/2016
On a daily basis we speak to clients who are caring for relatives and loved ones in the advanced stages of dementia and we understand how upsetting it is for everyone involved so we welcome Emmerdale's hard-hitting and accurate portrayal of dementia.

Why are care home costs rising?

08/08/2016
Why are care home costs in England and Wales rising? The Compass CHC team explores this issue and highlights what options are available to combat care home costs

When will your Local Authority contribute to care home costs?

08/08/2016
When will your local authority contribute to care home costs? The Compass CHC team explain in detail how the process works and who is responsible for meeting care home costs.

Are you missing out on NHS cash to pay care home fees?

07/08/2016
We comment on the article published in the Daily Telegraph concerning continuing healthcare funding.

What is Funded Nursing Care?

12/12/2015

What is Funded Nursing Care - also known as Registered Nursing Care Contribution? As confirmed by the NHS website (http://www.nhs.uk/chq/Pages/what-is-nhs-funded-nursing-care.aspx) "NHS-funded nursing care is…

What is the National Framework for NHS Continuing Healthcare?

10/12/2015
What is the National Framework for NHS Continuing Healthcare? The Compass CHC team explain all.

What is NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding?

07/12/2015
What is NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding? The Compass CHC team provide a back to basics summary.

National Advice Line for NHS Continuing Healthcare

30/11/2015
NHS England has launched The National Advice Line for NHS Continuing Healthcare, we explore the potential conflict of interest that arises from this arrangement

Rise in complaints about quality of social care assessments

23/11/2015
What is the reason for the rise in the number of ombudsman complaints regarding social care and NHS continuing Healthcare assessments?

NHS Continuing Healthcare & when to instruct a solicitor

20/11/2015
What are the benefits of instructing a solicitor or expert during the application for NHS continuing healthcare funding?

The Perils of “no win – no fee” & NHS continuing healthcare funding

17/11/2015
Continuing healthcare funding experts may offer "no win-no fee" funding arrangements. The reality is that these situations can ultimately cost the client an eye watering amount.

Scandal of NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding

30/03/2015
The Huffington Post article by Dr Irvine is a refreshingly honest assessment of the issues surrounding the minefield that is continuing healthcare funding

Postcode Lottery for NHS funded care

06/02/2015
The Daily Mail report on the lack of NHS funding for care homes, a disparity in funding and postcode lottery provided by different Clinical Commissioning Groups

Does the “Care cap” fit? – We take a look at the issues

01/02/2015
The Compass Continuing Healthcare team explore the “care cap” and whether it is the solution to the cost of care issues.

Social care cuts ‘major cause’ of A&E problems

24/01/2015
Is the restriction of access to state funded care resulting in higher costs to other areas for the NHS?

Healthcare in the UK

22/08/2014
Who is responsible for healthcare in the UK? And how does this relate to providing care home costs in later life for an elderly person?

Does NHS continuing healthcare funding pay care home costs?

16/07/2014
Is there a cap on what level of costs NHS continuing healthcare funding will pay?

Avoid paying for care home fees. Contact Compass CHC today.

11/06/2014
Is my relative responsible for paying for care home fees? The answer is possibly not and you should not hesitate in contacting us to see if they are eligible for continuing healthcare funding.

Compass CHC are experts in securing continuing healthcare

10/06/2014
Contact our team of experts at Compass CHC today to see if your relative is entitled to continuing healthcare funding to pay for their care home fees in full: 0121 227 8940.

Compass CHC are continuing healthcare specialists

10/06/2014
Contact our team of experts at Compass Continuing healthcare today to see if your relative is entitled to continuing healthcare to pay for their care home fees in full: 0121 227 8940.

Let Compass CHC help you secure care funding

10/06/2014
Paying for care in a nursing or residential home or for carers for the patient in their own home is incredibly expensive, but where the individual has assets exceeding over £23,250 there is no alternative. Or is there?

Take the first step to securing continuing healthcare funding

10/06/2014
Continuing healthcare funding is available to meet the cost of a care for an individual where their primary need for care is a health one

Is your relative entitled to funded nursing care?

10/06/2014
Contact our team of experts at Compass Continuing healthcare today for FREE to see if your relative is entitled to funded nursing care: 0121 227 8940

Securing you full NHS funding for care home

10/06/2014
Who is responsible for funding for care home fees? Will the government or NHS pay anything for care home fees? Is my relative’s house safe from being sold to pay care costs?

Is your relative entitled to NHS care home funding to meet their care costs?

10/06/2014
NHS care home funding is provided to meet the cost of care in full via the NHS where the person’s need for care is primarily a health need. The funding is called continuing health care or CHC funding.

Compass CHC are NHS continuing healthcare specialists

10/06/2014

“My relative has dementia. Will the NHS meet the cost of their care when they are discharged from hospital to a nursing home?” The…

Nursing care home costs paid for by the NHS

10/06/2014
Nursing home fees are incredibly expensive. In England and Wales the average cost of a nursing home per week is quoted as being £800, or £41,600 a year.

Avoid paying for care

10/06/2014
Who is responsible for paying for care?

Avoid paying for care home. Secure full NHS funding via the Compass CHC team

10/06/2014
Will the NHS be responsible for paying for care home fees? Is the family home exempt from the means testing calculations? Is there anything I can do to protect my relative’s assets?

We can secure free nursing home fees via the NHS

03/06/2014
Contact our team of experts at Compass Continuing healthcare today to see if your relative is entitled to free nursing home fees. Our office number is 0121 227 8940.

Compass CHC are experts in securing NHS funding for care home fees

01/01/2014
Call our team of experts at Compass Continuing healthcare today to see if your relative is entitled to free funding for care home fees. Our office number is 0121 227 8940.

Say no to care costs

01/01/2011
Call our team of experts at Compass Continuing healthcare today to see if your relative is entitled to free care costs. Our office number is 0121 227 8940. Alternatively please complete our FREE assessment and we will contact you.

Claim NHS care home funding

01/01/2011

NHS funding for care will be provided to an individual to meet the cost in full where their need for care is primarily a…

Specialists in continuing care assessments – Compass CHC

01/01/2011
Call our team of experts at Compass Continuing Healthcare today to see if your relative is entitled to continuing healthcare funding or a package of care. We can assist at every stage, including with the continuing care assessment.

Contact Compass CHC for care funding advice

01/01/2011
Call our team of experts at Compass Continuing healthcare today to see if your relative is entitled to free care for funding a care home. Our office number is 0121 227 8940.

Free care home fees via the NHS

01/01/2011
Call our team of experts at Compass Continuing healthcare today to see if your relative is entitled to free care home fees. Our office number is 0121 227 8940. Alternatively please complete our FREE online assessment and we will contact you.

Free residential care home costs

01/01/2011
Call our team of experts at Compass Continuing healthcare today to see if your relative is entitled to free residential care home costs. Our office number is 0121 227 8940. Alternatively please complete our FREE online assessment and we will contact you

Take the first step to free care homes fees

01/01/2011
Call our team of experts at Compass Continuing healthcare today to see if your relative is entitled to free care: 0121 227 8940.

Avoid care homes costs

01/01/2011
Call our team of experts at Compass Continuing healthcare today to see if your relative is entitled to free care homes cost. Our office number is 0121 227 8940.

Let us help you secure care funding

01/01/2011
Call our team of experts at Compass Continuing healthcare today to see if your relative is entitled to free care: 0121 227 8940.

Free care home costs

01/01/2011
Call our team of experts at Compass Continuing healthcare today to see if your relative is entitled to free care home costs: 0121 227 8940

Avoid paying for the cost of a care home

01/01/2011
Call our team of experts at Compass Continuing healthcare today to see if your relative is entitled to the cost of care home free: 0121 227 8940.

Free fees for care homes. Contact Compass CHC today

01/01/2011
Call our team of experts at Compass Continuing healthcare today to see if your relative is entitled to free fees for care homes. Our office number is 0121 227 8940.
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