At Waring Healthcare, we specialise in advising upon a person’s immediate eligibility for assessment or seeking a retrospective assessment for Healthcare Funding where a person or their relatives may have been funding care for their relatives.
Funding may be available for care needs such as a person requiring some assistance with their personal care and generally getting around – which of course describes many of the limitations experienced by elderly people.
When a person is admitted into hospital an assessment may not be made for Continuing Healthcare Funding and that person might be assesed for social care needs only. At this stage, consideration should be given to seeking an assessment for healthcare funding.
We can help. Please call us on 01204 550160 for a completely confidential and no obligation discussion
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Q. Why use a solicitor in seeking to establish NHS Continuing Healthcare eligibility?
A. In our experience, the process for seeking NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding is complex and often shrouded in mystery. The system establishing eligibility is complex and we are here to assist in finding a way through the maze and establishing eligibility wherever that is clearly warranted.
Q. Can I act on behalf of a relative or friend?
A. Yes, we can assist and will advise upon the appropriate steps to be taken to bring a representative claim on behalf of your friend or relative.
It should be noted that the earliest date currently a person can ask the Clinical Commissioning Group to retrospectively investigate an eligibility for NHS Healthcare Funding is 01 April 2012.
If you would like further information or have an enquiry you would like to discuss, please contact us.