People who fund their own social care receive little help to navigate the system – Informative and accessible health and care research

Published on 7 January 2021

People in England who pay for their own social care receive little assistance in making choices, even though arranging care requires a range of skills that they may not have.

Adult social care – for example personal assistance in the home or being cared for in a residential home – comes under the remit of local councils. However, people with assets above a certain level are expected to pay for their own social care. Usually, councils provide help and advice…read the item in full at…

NIHR Evidence source: https://evidence.nihr.ac.uk/alert/social-care-self-funders-need-help-navigating-system/

and ask yourself what changes are required… (Residential Forum)

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