Find A Care Home Services


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Our Mission

Find a Care Home Services Staff aims to be a website of excellence by creating and implementing measurable services that help Nursing Agencies and Domiciliary Care Providers get more exposure, advertise their services, expand their network and find more clients and staff.

Statement of Purpose

The Domiciliary Care Services to be provided by Find a Care Services will be registered and regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to provide regulated activities. This means that we are required to provide a Statement of purpose to inform people about the services we provide and the Manager/s who will be responsible for running this service. The target groups for the services are ages 0-65 and above, meaning individuals requiring personal care needs, those with a physical disability, Alzheimer’s Autism, and other problems. A referral for short-term support to enable individuals to maximize their independence will be considered. The services will be reviewed regularly with service users, next of kin, their carers, CCG, Case Management workers, and families to ensure that the services being offered are appropriate and meet the required standards by all parties involved in care.

How to fund your care

Self-funders v state funded

Nearly half a million people in the UK live in a care home and around half of these fund themselves (self-funders) and the other half receive local authority funding (with a quarter of these paying top-ups).

The amount you pay towards your care will depend on where you live in the UK. If you live in England and Northern Ireland and have assets of more than £23,250, you will have to pay the full cost of your care and are referred to as a self-funder.

In Scotland, it is £28,000 and in Wales, the threshold is £50,000

Anyone with capital below these amounts will qualify for some financial support. In England and Northern Ireland if you have capital below £14,250 you should get maximum support.

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It is important for self-funders to establish how much the care home will cost each year, the benefits that you are entitled to, how much income you require and how best to generate this income from your assets.

It is very important to ensure that you plan properly to ensure that you do not have to move to a different care home at a later stage.

How much the care home will cost each year
If you or a relative are making your own financial arrangements with the care home, you need to make sure you have a contract spelling out the home’s obligations and fees. Find out if anything is an extra and how much notice the care home needs to give if it wishes to increase the fees.

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State funded care

Care Needs Assessment, Financial Assessment & Personal Budget

If you feel you may be eligible for state funded care, the first step to take is to get your local authority to carry out a care needs assessment. This will identify exactly what support and how much help you need. The needs assessment should look at your physical care needs, as well as your mental, emotional, psychological, social, cultural, and religious needs.

See our section Care Needs Assessment for further details.

The local authority will then carry out a financial assessment which is a means test based on national guidelines and calculate how much you must pay towards your care home fees. For further details see section How to fund your care – self-funders v state funded.

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