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Updates to the National Framework and CHC Assessment Documentation – What has changed?


Following the passage of the Health and Care Act 2022, there will be structural changes within the NHS that are of note, along with…

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

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?

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

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?

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


Our April 2020 Fact Sheet.

Thousands die waiting for NHS Continuing Healthcare funding

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

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

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

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?

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

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

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

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

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

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.
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