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The 10 biggest myths about NHS Continuing Healthcare funding

... The 10 biggest myths about NHS Continuing Healthcare funding NHS, eldercare, social care, ... fees Angela Sherman, Director of Care To Be Different an online information resource about NHS Continuing ... funding, debunks common mistruths about NHS Continuing Healthcare funding. Are you sorting out full time ...

What is NHS Continuing Healthcare?

... What is NHS Continuing Healthcare? NHS, ELDERCARE, SOCIAL CARE, MONEY, FINANCE ... As our parent's get older their healthcare needs can change considerably. With complicated health conditions comes ... NHS and local authority assessments that can leave both you and your parent in a state of ...

How to appeal against a NHS Continuing Healthcare assessment

... How to appeal against a NHS Continuing Healthcare assessment social care, nhs, eldercare, ... fees, While we trust that the NHS will professionally and comprehensively assess our parent's healthcare needs ... when it comes to deciding whether they qualify for NHS Continuing Healthcare it may be that the ...

NHS Continuing Healthcare: why it's important to have a coordinator

... NHS Continuing Healthcare: why it's important to have a coordinator NHS, CONTINUING HEALTHCARE, ... COSTS, CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUPS Claiming NHS Continuing Healthcare in the UK is an uphill struggle. ... expert Roger Burgess explains why it's so important to ensure an independent coordinator is appointed. Before ...

NHS fully-funded care for people with primary health needs – part 1

... NHS fully-funded care for people with primary health needs – part 1 NHS, CONTINUING HEALTHCARE ... CARE COSTS People with a "primary health need" could be eligible for NHS Continuing Healthcare ... support but it's not a service that's widely advertised. Independent adviser Roger D Burgess describes what ...

NHS fully-funded care for people with primary health needs – part 2

... NHS fully-funded care for people with primary health needs – part 2 NHS, CONTINUING HEALTHCARE ... CARE COSTS Following his discussion of who can claim NHS Continuing Healthcare funding in part 1 of ... article, independent adviser Roger Burgess explains the steps that applicants will go through to make their ...

Hospital discharge and getting the right services in place

... getting the right services in place HOSPITAL, NHS CONTINUING HEALTHCARE, PHYSIOTHERAPY, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, ... We often see stories in the media about older people being discharged from hospital without enough care ... support them at home. Aleisha White, an independent social worker and founder of The Care ...

Why do I need to know about Personal Health Budgets now?

... to know about Personal Health Budgets now? nhs, eldercare, social care, money, ... April 2014 people who qualify for fully-funded NHS Continuing Health Care have the right to ask for ... all these decisions on your own. The healthcare professionals involved in your parent's care will advise ...

The Care Act 2014 - what does it mean for you?

... cases with third parties, such as the NHS Assessing needs of the care user and carers ... under a duty to provide. This includes Continuing Healthcare and the NHS contribution to Registered Nursing ... More broadly, any services which a local authority is under a duty to provide through other ...

When a heart attack leads to angioplasty

... leads to angioplasty heart surgery, healthcare, nhs, exercise, story, This week's storyteller ... a doctor. While he dressed the pain continued to intensify in waves, and in between ... heart attack leads to angioplasty heart surgery, healthcare, nhs, exercise, story, This ...