Are you considering the cost of care and how it could impact you and your family? We understand that care costs are a serious consideration for you and your family, and even though your wellbeing comes first, considering your care funding options is an important step to deciding whether or not home care is the right choice for you.
Here at Helping Hands we are upfront about home care costs and what you can expect from your expert carer. When you receive care from a Helping Hands carer, your care plan will be flexible according to both your personal needs and your financial concerns. You can expect a highly regulated and managed care service from Helping Hands – all of our carers go through a rigorous training process and have expert training in caring for those who live with dementia. Our team is more than happy to discuss the cost of home care with you and your loved ones, as well as the possibility of home care funding that may be available to you from the government.
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Home Care Costs at Helping Hands
Home care costs will differ depending on your needs. Whether you require hourly visiting care or a more intensive level of care, we can discuss the level of care that is right for you and whether the cost of home care services provided is financially sustainable for you and your family. As part of your care service we will always partner you with a permanent carer to provide you with a continuum of care. Your final fee will be made on assessment – there are no hidden costs. We’re not a care agency so you don’t have to worry about agency fees. You can rely on our team of experts to guide you through the process of what care is available to you and at what cost.
Of course, there may be the opportunity for you to access home care funding from your local authority, which could help you to get the home support you need, and give you a better quality of life at home, surrounded by your family and friends. Find a more detailed breakdown of care costs, including live-in care costs and hourly care costs online.
Local Authority Funding for Care
When paying for home care you may want to consider contacting your local authority to see if you’re entitled to any care funding. This additional home care funding could help you get all the home support you require without feeling the effects of unnecessary financial strain.
Continuing Health Care Funding
Continuing health care funding is available to those who require full time care for health reasons. This type of home care funding is available to you if receive full time care at home, and includes funding to cover personal care, nursing care and any costs related to household adjustments due to your health condition.
Need more advice of care costs and available funding?
Our team are happy to guide you through the cost of home care and what funding options may be available to you and your family. Just call us on [xxxxxx] and we can discuss your options.
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