- Hospital admissions & discharge
- Needs assessment
- Being a carer
- Benefits for carers
- Carers' rights at work
- Reassessing care needs
- Talking about care options
NHS Continuing Healthcare (NHS CHC)
Under certain circumstances the NHS will fund care for those with complex medical needs. Find out who can get NHS Continuing Healthcare and how the assessment process works.
NHS-funded Nursing Care (FNC)
NHS-funded Nursing Care, also known as registered nursing care contribution, is nursing care provided in a nursing home, funded by the NHS.
NHS Intermediate Care and reablement
NHS Intermediate Care provides free temporary care for up to six weeks. Find out what support you’ll get and under what circumstances.
Explore the options for paying for a care home: local authority funding, paying for yourself or NHS support.
We explain the options for paying for care at home, from local authority support to paying for it yourself.
Read about Attendance Allowance and the payment rates, plus tips on applying and completing the form.
Care homes and support at home near you
Use our directory to find local care homes, home care agencies and carer support services across the UK.
Care home finance
We explain all you need to know about how to pay for a care home. This covers the wide range of care home fees, how to get local authority funding and tips on how to cover the costs if you’re self-funding.
Thinking about a loved one moving into a care home can be an emotional experience. Find out about all aspects of choosing a care home with our guide.
Making a complaint
Everyone has a right to expect certain standards of care – find out how to spot unsatisfactory care and the process of raising your concerns.
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