How to arrange and finance later life care

A guide to care options, for you or your loved ones.

When suddenly faced with a loved one who needs care, making sense of what needs to be done, and who to contact, can be daunting.

Arranging care for yourself or a loved one is not only an emotional time, it’s also a very complicated one.

There will be plenty of things to think about and this may feel a little overwhelming. Whether the care is required for you or for a loved one, your priority will be to arrange the best quality care possible in the right setting.

Care can be expensive, and if it’s required for several years, costs soon mount up. This can quickly reduce the amount of savings and investments you may have.

There are many ways to pay for care, but each option needs to be explored thoroughly to make sure it does not have a negative impact on other financial elements, such as benefits.

With the average cost of care increasing, it’s clear that many people are unlikely to be able to fund the full cost of their care from their income alone.

Some self-financing options are quite straightforward, while others are much more complicated.

This is why we have produced our care options guide. It is designed to help you navigate your way through the process, and help you confidently explore all avenues and options available to you.

Please feel free to read it or download it by clicking on the link below.

Our advisers can help you to compare all your options before deciding which one’s right for you. They will also be able to explain the costs and risks involved with each product. In this way, we can help you make the right financial decisions, providing you with peace of mind at a time when it’s needed most.

If you would like to discuss your care options and needs, contact us today.

Download our guide to care options

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