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Well, I did try (for hours at a time, and that is no exaggeration). Due to the nature of my partner's disabilities no-one, (specialist or otherwise), was prepared to insure him for current medical conditions. I tried all variations, single trip insurance, annual insurance, cruises, even to a degree ...
Thanks you Bowlingbun and Scally for your helpful replies to my post. There is a lot to research and just never enough time, but I am determined to start this coming week........! Famous last words huh?

With thanks
Blair
Many thanks Juggler for your quick response.
I've had a quick look at the link you kindly sent, and when I have more time (? okay, I'm still trying to be optimistic, re the amount of time I have for such research), I'll explore it thoroughly.
Many thanks
Blair
My partner, who suffered a 'catastrophic' (Consultant's description) stroke last January, wonders about finding travel insurance. He needs something to 'hang on to/look forward to' and yes, it may never be attainable, but I feel I have to research this for him, and hopefully tell him that he can be ...
<t>Confirmed by DWP, and various other agencies, that either CA or SP. If CA, no build up of SP at all - so (my) best option is to lose CA and start claiming SP. Even the extremely helpful folk I spoke to at DWP said, but not officially of course, that it was an immoral situation. <br/> My SP has be...
<t>Later this year I an entitled to State Pension. Am I correct in thinking that I can<br/> 1 - either cease to claim CA and take State Pension<br/> 2 - continue with CA and defer State Pension (though no build up of SP will be accrued)<br/> Is there any course of action which is more beneficial, th...
Thanks for the reply Poppett. I have already emailed the advice line, but just hoped with the vast amount of knowledge and experience on here, someone could have steered me in the right direction.
Again, thanks and I'll see what the advice line suggests.
<t>Apologies in advance, if this seems to have such an obvious answer, but my (enduring) excuse is that I never have enough time to do any in depth research on just about any topic. Apart from the time element, I am permanently tired with Caring Duties and just simply worrying about my partner.<br/>...
<t>Wonder if anyone can give me advice. It will be a long, (long), way off, but my partner is hoping that one day he'll be able to travel by train - even one journey, is giving him hope for the future. Progress re his rehabilitation post stroke is just so slow, so anything which gives him something ...
<t>Hope this is the right section to post this query. <br/> <br/> Pretty soon my partner will be finishing his 'free physio' sessions, and we are anxious to continue with some form of professional physio. If this means paying for it, well, it's an expense we'll just have to fund ourselves.<br/> <br/...