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New Beginnings

With spring well and truly in bloom and summer just around the corner, it is a great time for new beginnings. Many [...]

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The Post-Covid Care Landscape

As we emerge post covid together with all the associated lifting of restrictions, not only does this bring a sense of relief, [...]

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Government Social White Paper

On 7 September 2021, the Prime Minister announced £5.4 billion for adult social care reform over the next three years funded in [...]

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Social Care Proposals – Fresh from Downing Street

The Government have recently created a new set of proposals in order to deal with a funding strategy for social care. On [...]

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Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards Orders – What they are and how they work

For those of you who support and visit loved ones in hospital or care homes, you may have been asked or informed [...]

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Court of Protection applications – expensive, lengthy, and avoidable by future planning

Looking after a loved one who is losing their mental capacity is a challenging time. It can become even more stressful if [...]

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Appointing an Attorney for Health, Welfare and Property & Finance

It is at last possible to not only see your loved one in a care home, but they are also allowed to [...]

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An insurance policy for when the need arises

What happens when there is no one to look after your interests and in particular, decisions regarding your health and where you [...]

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Caring and care givers during the pandemic

None of us could ever have envisaged the catastrophic effects of being unable to see or touch our loved ones – certainly [...]

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Care Funding Resources 2020-2021

Discussing the payment of care costs at any stage in life can be difficult, but as the demands upon both the Health [...]

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