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Who pays for long-term care?

The care system can be confusing and unclear when it comes to the divide between health care and social care. But who is responsible for providing and funding care for any particular individual?

In this webinar, our Care Specialist, Graham Duffy, will look at the responsibilities of the local authority and the NHS, while considering the process that should be followed for those with a care need.

For many clients, their assets mean they’re what is commonly called ‘self-funders’. We’ll therefore look at the different ways that care might be funded privately, the costs and benefits of each option and the suitability of these.

By attending this webinar, you’ll be able to:
• Appreciate the divide between social and health care.
• Outline the state and privately funded options for care funding.
• Assess the suitability of options/products for self-funding care.

Join us on Thursday 27 May at 10:00 and gain 60 minutes of CPD.
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    Graham Duffy
    The care system can be confusing and unclear when it comes to the divide between health care and social care. But who is responsible for providing and funding care for any particular individual?

    In this webinar, our Care Specialist, Graham Duffy, will look at the responsibilities of the local authority and the NHS, while considering the process that should be followed for those with a care need.

    For many clients, their assets mean they’re what is commonly called ‘self-funders’. We’ll therefore look at the different ways that care might be funded privately, the costs and benefits of each option and the suitability of these.

    By attending this webinar, you’ll be able to:
    • Appreciate the divide between social and health care.
    • Outline the state and privately funded options for care funding.
    • Assess the suitability of options/products for self-funding care.

    Join us on Thursday 27 May at 10:00 and gain 60 minutes of CPD.
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