Paying for care

Where to start?

There are many different ways that home care can be funded and the information available can be confusing. The first step to take is to find
out if the person who will be receiving the care is eligible for a local authority funding. If you are not eligible for either local authority or NHS
funding then you will probably need to pay for care yourself and it is a good idea to speak to a financial advisor to ensure you are structuring
your finances in the best possible way.

Paying for home care yourself

Paying for care yourself is very straightforward. We provide you with the assistance that you need and we send you an invoice monthly
which you can pay by cheque, bank transfer or standing order. To give you an idea of how much it costs to receive home care we have put
together some of the most common reasons that people use our services below with likely costs attached.

Packages of care

30 Minutes of Care

£14.00

This could include:

  • Assisting client to the toilet
  • Preparing a light meal
  • Some tidying
  • Fetching items from a local shop

45 Minutes of Care

£17.00

This could include:

  • Assisting/prompting client with washing/showering/bathing
  • Assisting/prompting dressing
  • Preparing breakfast
  • Making bed
  • Tidy bathroom

1 Hour of Care

£20.00

This could include:

  • Assisting/prompting client with washing/showering/bathing
  • Dressing client
  • Preparing breakfast
  • Assisting with breakfast
    (if require)
  • Make bed and tidy bedroom
  • Tidy bathroom
  • Wash up
Next steps

If you would like to know exactly how much care would cost for you then please contact us and we will provide you with more information
based on your personal situation and, if you would like us to, we can arrange for one of our team to come out and se you in your own home
where you can ask as many questions as you like, free of charge.

How we can help you?
Call our friendly team now on 01722 774444