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Funding futures..

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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Best laid plans…

Would you ever think of asking the question as to where you would wish to receive care, should the need arise? It’s [...]

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Continuing Healthcare Assessments re-introduced from 1st September 2020

Continuing healthcare assessments re-introduced from 1st September 2020 Since March 2020 and the restrictions placed upon organisations and professionals, both financial and [...]

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In need of care?

Our lives during and after COVID-19 will inevitably change. Perhaps the emphasis upon our health and wellbeing has been brought into focus [...]

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It’s just another day, or so we think…

No-one ever anticipates their whole world can be dramatically changed within a split second of time - a road traffic accident, a [...]

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Making Provision For Your Future

When speaking with clients and families about their elderly relatives and the need for care arrangements, I often allude to the fact [...]

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Dementia care system is neither healthy nor caring

America’s healthcare system was “neither healthy, caring, nor a system”, Walter Cronkite, the US broadcaster, once famously noted. The same could be [...]

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Expanding the possibilities…the inspirational story of our client – Mrs B.

We would love you to take a few minutes to read the inspirational story of one of our clients – Mrs B. [...]

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Anne Reed attends the NAEP Conference 2018

Anne Reed, Managing Director of Paladin Advocates attended the annual NAEP Conference on 12th-13th June 2018 where she held a workshop on [...]

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Funding system failing people with Continuing Healthcare needs

17 January 2018 The Public Accounts Committee report says Government must take steps to improve complex process beset with delays and poor-quality [...]

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