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Paying for long term care

PAYING FOR LONG TERM CARE

Long term care costs are expensive. The average annual cost of a residential care home comes in at over £33,000, and over £46,000 when including nursing care. It’s really something everyone should be thinking about.

In this simple guide, which is not personal advice, we highlight some of the things to consider when it comes to long term care, whether for you or a loved one, including:

  • Who pays for it?
  • Six ways to self-fund care
  • Getting the support you need

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    This factsheet is not personal advice. If you’re not sure what’s right for your circumstances, seek advice.

    Six ways to help cover the costs

    Long term care costs are expensive. The average annual cost of a residential care home comes in at over £33,000, and over £46,000 when including nursing care. It’s really something everyone should be thinking about.

    In this simple guide, we highlight some of the things to consider when it comes to long term care, whether for you or a loved one, including:

    • Who pays for it?
    • Six ways to self-fund care
    • Getting the support you need

    This factsheet is not personal advice. If you’re not sure what’s right for your circumstances, seek advice.