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- The Money Advice Service
The Money Advice Service website provides detailed financial information relating to care advice and help.
- long-term care services at a glance
- finding the long term care that's right for you
- home care or domiciliary care
- sheltered housing and extra care
- care homes
- intermediate care
- respite care
- how much is it going to costs
- care services at a glance
- planning ahead for when you can't manage your money
- if you think you may need permanent help in the future
- who to choose as your attorney
- thinking about a power of attorney - checklist
- making a power of attorney - next steps
- care services to help you stay in your own home: What is home care?
- What home care services are available?
- Paying for long-term care at home
- How to arrange long-term care at home
- Funding your own care at home - other things to think about
- More information about care at home
- Preparing for illness, old age and death: Put your financial affairs in order
- Handing over control of your finances
- What happens to your money when you die?
- Preparing for long-term care and funeral expenses
- Care home or home care?: Thinking through your care options
- Comparing the cost of care
- Care home costs
- Home care costs
- Case studies
- Further information
- Choosing the right care home: What types of care homes are there?
- What kind of care do you need?
- Choosing a care home - checklist
- Arrange to visit the homes on your shortlist
- How much is it going to cost?
- More information
- What if you're unhappy with the care you receive?:Your rights to acceptable care standards
- The role of the UK's care quality commissions
- How to complain
- Should you keep paying for the care product or service you're unhappy about?
- Getting help and advice to complain
- Complaining about care products
- Complaining about financial care products
- How to challenge your local authority over your care: Know your rights
- Challenging your care-needs assessment
- Challenging your financial assessment
- How to challenge a decision - step by step
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The Money Advice Service