A Guide to Long Term Care – How to Plan Effectively


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

We have created a guide to help you navigate your way through the process and confidently explore all avenues and options available to you.

The guide covers:

  • Power of Attorney
  • Care Needs Assessments
  • Support for Carers
  • Continuing Healthcare
  • Types of Care
  • Funding Types and Allowances
  • How to Pay for Care

Please visit the downloads section at the bottom of our news page to access the guide.

As with all financial planning, having conversations early with the whole family is often worthwhile. Should you wish to discuss the contents of this guide in more detail, please contact us here.

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