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Mode of Payment
We welcome Private funding, Insurance Cover, Direct Payments and any other forms of government payments

Useful information (Can you please assist with linking the websites quoted in this section so that people can click on the mentioned web sites and gain access)

Direct Payments
Enabling you to arrange your own care and Services, Direct Payments are local council payments for people who have been assessed as needing help from social services, and who would like to arrange and pay for their own care and support services instead of receiving them directly from social services.

If you already receive social services your local council is obliged to offer you the option of Direct Payments in place of the service you currently receive. If you're not receiving social services to get Direct Payments you will need to contact your local council to ask them to assess your needs.

For more information contact your local council or look at www.direct.gov.uk

Continuing Care
Continuing care is fully funded medical, nursing and personal care which may be provided in the individual's own home.

For more information contact your local Primary care Trust or NHS Direct on 0845 4647.

Attendance Allowance
Attendance Allowance is a tax free benefit for people aged 65 and over who need help with their personal care. There are two rates. The higher weekly rate is £62.25, the lower rate is £41.65.

You can claim by downloading the form from the government web site on www.direct.gov.uk, or by ringing the Benefit Enquiry Line on 0800 882200.

Disability Living Allowance Disability Living Allowance is a tax free benefit for children and adults who need help with personal care or have difficulties with walking.

You can claim online from www.direct.gov.uk or get a claim pack from your local Jobcentre Plus or Social Security Office or by phoning the Benefit Enquiry Line on 0800 882200.

Independent Living Fund
The Independent Living Fund (ILF) is designed to help you, if you are disabled, to live independently at home rather than in residential care. Payments from the fund can be used to employ people to give personal and domestic care in your own home. The maximum amount payable is £455 per week.

You can download a form from the Independent Living Fund website www.ilf.org.uk or www.direct.gov.uk or contact your local social services department.

Carer's Allowance
Carer's Allowance is a benefit to help people who look after someone who is disabled. You do not have to be related to, or live with the person you care for. The basic rate is £46.95 per week.

You can apply online on www.direct.gov.uk or get information from the Carers Line on 0808 808 7777.


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