Managers assisted in giving arm’s length advice on fees

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

At a time when many homes have just reviewed fees, CareAware and Care Asset Management have launched a new service – “The Best Way To Fund Care” to assist existing and new residents in care homes. CareAware director Tim Ward said the new service allows care home owners and managers to stay at arm1s length from their clients1 finances while assisting self-funding residents and their families to pay the right price for care for the entire duration that care is required.” The new service is a major step forward for care homes and their residents as it makes the process of finding the best way to fund care so easy,” Mr Ward said. “Rather than residents and their families spending hours reading through brochures, leaflets and websites, a simple questionnaire is completed and returned in a freepost envelope to CareAware and Care Asset Management who then provide a free report, giving the person enquiring the exact information which is relevant to them. The report details: – How the care funding system will work for

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