NCHA cements relationship with Care Asset Management

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

The National Care Homes Association (NCHA) and Care Asset Management Ltd, one of the UK’s leading specialists in long term care funding have announced a renewal of their formal sponsorship agreement for 2003/04. NCHA chief executive Sheila Scott said funding problems for care home residents were now more acute than ever before, and there was a real need for reliable, independent and specialist advice. “Quite understandably, our members are reluctant to become directly involved in their clients’ financial affairs and yet they are under a moral and legal requirement to ensure that they receive appropriate advice,” Mrs Scott said. “By formalising our arrangement with Care Asset Management, we are able to satisfy these potentially conflicting requirements.” Care Asset Management chief executive Robert Elliot said care providers were at the sharp end, dealing with individuals on a daily basis who were trying to unravel the complex and often confusing care system. “We view our relationship with the NCHA as extremel

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