Moving into a care home can be daunting, no more so than when looking into the complex process of paying for care. When the time comes to choose a care home, you’ll need to know how much it will cost and any care funding you’re entitled to. We strongly advise that expert independent financial advice and help is sought before making any final decisions.
In order to make life easier, we are happy to recommend a national care fees planning specialist, Symponia, who are dedicated to the financial issues of later life, in particular the payment of care fees. Through Symponia’s network of carefully selected and qualified financial advisers they offer you and/or your family member empathetic, bespoke advice on the best way to fund weekly care fees. This approach ensures that not only are all our residents and their families aware of the legislation and how it works but they are able to explore all the financial options available to them. Foxburrow Grange will be able to direct you to your nearest Symponia member and can provide you with a digital copy of the Trusted Care Fees Planning Guide published by Symponia.
It should be emphasised that Symponia, operate completely independently with no commission nor financial benefit from Outlook Care or Foxburrow Grange as a result of any conversation or contract within which you might enter.
Below we have addressed some frequently asked questions in relation to fees and funding at Foxburrow Grange
See related pages : Foxburrow Grange Services - Frequently Asked Questions - Care & Health Support Resources, linked at footer of page
Do I need to pay a deposit ?
How much does it cost ?
What is included in the weekly fee ?
What is not included in the weekly fee ?
Do I need to insure my possessions ?
As a private payer, do I need to provide proof of my savings ?
What is a resident contribution ?
How do I pay my weekly fee ?
Will my weekly fee change during my stay ?
What if my circumstances change and my funding is affected ?