Just adding another thought here..... ask for a copy of her discharge care assessment report.

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My own advice would be never to believe what is 'promised'. Like BB has said, make a complaint and include a copy to Head of Social services. If she was assessed in hospital, her needs identified, she should not have been allowed home till care package was in place. Once people are sent home it is m...
2 suggestions spring to mind....

1............ representative from CQC
2.............. same from HealthWatchUK
If was other way round and claimants 'owed' the DWP money, letters etc would have gone out long ago.

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You need to be very careful about what benefits your son receives too. I am glad you have the details above for the helpline. They can be a tremendous help. Reason I say be careful is, in some cases if you do qualify for CA, various add ons that your son receives may be withdrawn from him. This will...
Pensioners’ homes should be used to fund social care instead of major tax rises on those of working age, the head of the NHS has said. Simon Stevens said the “accumulated housing wealth” held by older generations should be used to pay for their care, saying they were in a “relatively advantaged pos...
and it’s just so reassuring to hear people on my side. For myself Rhian I think one of the main things about the forum members is that no one judges others. We all have different caring roles, all have a different journey, and what works for one does not mean it would work for someone else. Plus th...
mike, I have merged your 2 topics to keep everything in the same place

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Each case is unique Mike as if you don't receive the qualifying benefits that can help passport you to help with council tax, you can be assessed based on income, especially if it is low. All councils have a support line that can assist you. They will also ask about any possible savings. Don't be af...