Seminars on fees could help fund staff training

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

Independent financial advisers Tailormade will assist care homes with funds for NVQ training from revenue generated from service users and their families who make use of Tailormade¹s financial products. Long term care director Paul Ellison said most residents and their families only received limited advice from social services regarding how to pay for the cost of their care. “We speak to residents and their families and care homes everyday, who are unaware of the funding alternatives available,” Mr Ellison said. “Social services typically provide information only on the limited statutory benefits they themselves offer. They tend not to offer the public information on alternative ways to pay for care. Tailormade offers a range of specialist financial products that will provide the ideal solution to care fees for care homes, residents and their families. These products prevent the unnecessary dwindling away of the elderly residents assets, and the resultant loss of peace of mind and trauma that inevitably foll

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