LIVE-IN CARER COSTS AND FUNDING

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Live-in Care Costs

Able Community Care has been providing Live-in Care services since 1980.  We have helped many clients and families by carefully explaining our 24-hour Live-In Care cost structures. We present the day-to-day options we can provide and guide them through any financial entitlements that may be available to help pay fortheir  care. 

We help by directing people to other expert financial professionals (statutory, voluntary, and independent). These professionals will work with our clients to prepare any relevant application forms or documentation required by possible funding sources. 

This will help towards Live-in Carer costs and give you peace of mind that your loved one will receive domiciliary care in their own home. We believe this is a true alternative to moving into a  residential care home.


Cost-Effective Live-in Care.


Looking for cost-effective professional personal home care? Live-in care could be more affordable compared to some hourly care or fees charged by some care homes. Quality home care support at a sensible cost. The average cost of an hour of care support in a person's home ranges between £15 and £22 per hour.

These hourly rates may be even higher when evenings, weekends, and Bank Holidays are taken into consideration.


The Cost Of Live-in Care For The Elderly.

Call us on 01603 764567 and ask our Care Managers about our Live-in Care Services. We can offer care packages throughout mainland UK and The Channel Islands.

 It is better to know us and not need us than need us and not know us.

What's included?

Carers weekly wage, agency fee +vat, travel, food and Bank Holiday wage allowance.

 Care funding sources include:

 We will always assist with funding information whenever possible.

Remote and rural live-in Care in Wales

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Attendance Allowance funding

Attendance Allowance is often overlooked and can be claimed by anyone needing care at home. 

This funding is not means-tested, so you are able to claim the allowance regardless of how much money you have. 

Attendance Allowance is not means-tested.

Further information and claim forms can be found at www.gov.uk:

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