Most older people make no provision for lack of capacity


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

Less than a quarter of people (23%) have made preparations for how their finances will be looked after should they become unable to do so because of an age related illness.

A recent study shows that seven out of ten people (69%) in England and Wales have not made preparations for the future. Yet despite this apparent apathy, people feel it is important to have their wishes respected, even if they aren’t able to make the decisions themselves.


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