NHS Continuing Healthcare.

NHS Continuing Healthcare is a package of care funded by the National Health Service (NHS) for people who have complex, ongoing healthcare needs. It is available to people who are 18 or over and who are assessed as having a primary health need. This means that the care they require is mainly due to their health needs rather than social or personal care needs.

What is NHS Continuing Healthcare?

NHS Continuing Healthcare is a package of care that is tailored to the individual’s needs. It can include healthcare services such as nursing care, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and speech and language therapy. It can also include personal care services such as help with bathing, dressing, and eating.

The package of care is provided free of charge and is arranged and funded by the NHS. The care can be provided in a variety of settings such as a person’s home, a care home, or a hospice, as well as Nursing Homes.

Benefits of NHS Continuing Healthcare.

– The main benefit of NHS Continuing Healthcare is that it provides a package of care that is tailored to the individual’s needs. This means that they receive the care and support that they require to manage their health needs and to maintain their quality of life.

– Another benefit is that the care is provided free of charge. This means that the person receiving the care does not have to worry about the cost of their care.

– NHS Continuing Healthcare also provides peace of mind for the individual and their family. Knowing that they are receiving the care and support they require can reduce stress and anxiety.

Expert guidance and ongoing support for your NHS Continuing Healthcare needs.

To receive expert guidance on the eligibility criteria for NHS Continuing Healthcare and assistance with your application, call us on 01752 905031. We can also provide ongoing support to your family, including advocacy and care planning assistance. For help getting the support you need now, call our office today!

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