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Part 3: Pamela Coughlan - Ancillary and Incidental to the Provision of Accommodation

This series of blogs takes a closer look at the Coughlan judgment, its implications for long-term care in the community and how an understanding of the clinical facts of the case can assist you in your fight for CHC funding. In today’s…
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Part 2. Pamela Coughlan - Needs of a “wholly different category”

This series of blogs takes a closer look at the Coughlan judgment, its implications for long-term care in the community and how an understanding of the clinical facts of the case can assist you in your fight for CHC Funding. In today’s…
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How To Avoid Selling Your Home To Pay For Care...

Over the years the press has been full of heart-rending stories of families forced to sell their relative’s home to pay for care. Some have done so quite needlessly, unaware of the options available in terms of funding their relative’s…
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Part 1. But Pamela Coughlan Is Not Really Eligible For CHC, Is She…?

This three-part series will examine the Coughlan judgment, its implications for long-term care in the community and how an understanding of the clinical facts of the case can assist you in your fight for CHC funding. In today’s blog, we…

What To Do If You Haven’t Received Your MDT Decision Or Received CHC Funding?

We have come across several examples recently where individuals have been assessed for NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding, but have either never been told the outcome, or else have been given a positive outcome, but NHS funding was never…

Who is entitled to CHC?

We tend to think of the elderly and frail in care homes as being the most likely recipients of NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding, but young adults may be equally entitled to this available NHS pot of free funded care. Too often, young adults…

2020 Year In Review

Care To Be Different remains the No.1 website for free information and resources relating to NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding (CHC) - free NHS funding for individuals aged 18 and over, with complex, intense or unpredictable long-term healthcare…

Unacceptable: “Well, elderly people do fall, don’t they…”

Placing a relative into a care home is an emotionally distressing time for all parties concerned, as you relinquish day-to-day care for your relative and hand over the reins of responsibility to a third party and entrust them with your relative’s…

Denied access because you don’t have the necessary legal authority to act for your relative?

If you are presenting a claim for NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding on behalf of a spouse, relative, friend or else representing an individual in a professional capacity, it is essential that you have the necessary legal authority to act. Different…

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