Paying for care
A financial assessment or means test works out if the council will pay towards your care
What are Direct Payments?
If you are eligible for a personal budget, you can have all or part of it paid to you via Direct Payments. Find out more about direct payments here
Advice and guidance for self-funders
A self-funder is someone who pays the full cost of their own care and support. Find out more about what this means here
Pay an invoice
Click here to make a secure payment using your credit or debit card. You will need the customer account and invoice numbers shown on your invoice
How can community advocacy help me?
Community advocacy can help carers know their rights and explore their available options
Managing someone's finances
Information about some of the options available if you need to manage someone’s finances, including power of attorney and becoming an appointee or deputy
What is a personal budget?
Your personal budget is the amount of money your local council will pay towards any social care and support you need
NHS continuing healthcare
NHS continuing healthcare is free care for people who have significant and ongoing healthcare needs. It’s often referred to as CHC funding
Deferred payment agreements for long-term care
A deferred payment agreement can be used if you need to move into a care home but don't want to sell your home during your lifetime to pay for your care
Homecare (non-residential) costs
A list of the current costs for homecare (non-residential) services
What happens if I pay for my own care but my money is reducing?
You may be eligible for help with funding if your savings and assets fall below a certain value
Residential and Non-residential charging policies
This tile contains the charging policies for Residential and Non-residential services