Time to Make a Difference
At Paladin Advocates we aim to go the extra mile and make a difference to every patient which we have made contact with.
Paladin Advocates not only offer a specialist service to support patients and families through the Continuing Healthcare process but also assist patients and families with a whole range of complex care applications and appeals such as out of area funding and Individual Treatment Requests. The combination of clinical and legal experience means we are able to assist with most aspects of a patient’s health needs in the form of applications and hearings. Whatever the situation please do feel free to ask if we can help.
We make sure each patient receives a package of care which optimises their quality of life. Paladin will always seek to establish the patient’s overall needs and provides advice on the most appropriate care setting for the individual. Sometimes additional specialist services are required and Paladin can advise as to which specialists may be best placed to assist in the overall package of care. These may include specialists such as Stroke, Parkinsonian, Dementia, Heart Failure or Tissue Viability nurses to name but a few. This may also include referrals to a Community Complex Care Matron, MacMillan or Carers Support services. Paladin aims to ensure such complexities are dealt with comprehensively and the transition of care is seamless. In particular, Paladin can assist in supporting hospital discharges together with the setting up of such specialist services, 24 care at home, securing relevant benefit claims – all tailored to meet both the patient’s and families needs and wishes.
Paladin has established links with specialist service providers such as Agencies who provide Live in and Domiciliary Care, specialist Nursing Homes and Independent Financial Advisors all of whom may be able to assist with your loved one’s care needs.
Paladin can also assist with the reclaiming of retrospective care fees should this be necessary within the existing package or for a loved one who has sadly passed away.