Funding for Care

 We work closely with clients to find options that best suit individual circumstances

We offer a number of ways of paying for care and work closely with our clients to find options that best suit individual circumstances and personal finances:

Social Services or NHS Trusts

It may be that a client qualifies for full or part-funding of care through their local authority or NHS Trust or other bodies. If a client qualifies for funding they can control the funding by receiving direct payments.

Direct Payment

Direct payments are “means tested” cash payments made to individuals assessed as needing support in place of social services provision. Local Authorities have a duty to make direct payments to people who can consent to use them. Direct payment is usually considered as a first option for everyone, at each assessment and review.

Individual Budget

Individual budgets combine resources from different funding streams to which a person is entitled. These can be:

  • Social care funds
  • Disabled Living Allowance
  • Housing related benefits
  • Employment support allowance
  • Disabled Facilities Grant
  • Integrated Community Equipment Services

Individual budgets are designed to give people choice and control over how they receive their care package. They can be in the form of a direct payment, or services commissioned by the local authority, or a combination of both.

Please feel free to Contact Us if you'd like to discus any of these options further.

OUR SERVICES: The very best in professional care, delivered with understanding and sensitivity.

24HR RESPONSE SERVICE: domiciliary care and services, for those wishing to remain as independent as possible in their own homes.

CONDITIONS SUPPORTED: Include Physical Disabilities, Older People, Mental Health needs, Autistism, Asperger's, Dementia, Alzheimer

Regulated Service: Personal Care.

Care Organiser provides care and support to people living in ‘supported living’ settings so that they can live as independently as possible. People’s care and housing are provided under separate contractual agreements. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) only inspects where people receive personal care. This is help with tasks related to personal hygiene and eating. Where they do, we also consider any wider social care provided.
~ CQC Report, April 2021.