NHFA reports surge of interest in fee advice


Posted on December 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

The Nursing Home Fees Agency (NHFA) says hundreds of care home owners are flocking to the NHFA in a bid to encourage their residents to take advantage of the company¹s Care Fee Advisory Services. NHFA partner Philip Spiers attributes the action to the need to maintain a strong supply of self-funding care home residents to mitigate the high costs of regulation that many homes found themselves incurring before the Government¹s U-turn on standards. “In referring their residents to the NHFA care homes are acknowledging that the timely planning and structuring of a care home residents¹ affairs enables care costs to be affordable over the long term and can only benefit all involved,” Mr Spiers said. “Care home residents receive their chosen care without feeling a burden on the family, local authority or care home and, as many wish, are able to preserve a large part of their estate for their heirs. “The family benefits in that complex financial and legal worries are taken care of. They have peace of mind that the





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