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A powerful legal document that allows you to choose the people that you TRUST to make decisions about your Property, Finances, Health and Care, should you lose capacity through an accident, following an operation or an illness. Capacity may be lost temporarily also, this may leave you vulnerable if you have not appointed AttorneysRead More
Trying to navigate the care system and work whilst overseeing someones care is extremely challenging. We aim to bridge the gap if Social Services only offer you a copy of the care directoryContact Us Now
The last thing anyone wants to talk about after a diagnosis is money. However planning ahead now will give you the opportunity to make decisions and plan for the future.Read More
support for those who fund their own care.
We offer a home-visiting service in Bromley with out of hours
appointments available on request.
The local authority care system and NHS health services are currently struggling with the ageing population and their care needs in Bromley and other areas. If you fund your own care you may be given the Bromley Care Directory as your only resource. You may also given the contact details of a charity for support, however due to the current strain on resources most charitable services have a long waiting list.
We can help guide you through the complex care system and help you to set up the services that suit you, your budget and circumstances. We also have links to competitively priced legal and financial professionals to save you time searching for contacts.
We will support and guide you through the complex care system at this emotional time. We will help you understand what financial help, services and support there is and how to access it. We will discuss what legal documents you need to put in place and how to pay for care in the future.
We can also support you if you are caring for someone whose dementia has progressed and you do not have any services or support. We can introduce you to a competitively priced legal or financial professional if required.
Please click on the support you need:
We can help you to claim this non means tested benefit and to claim
council tax reduction/exemption when Attendance Allowance is
The last thing anyone wants to talk about after a diagnosis is money. However planning ahead now will give you the opportunity to make decisions and plans for the future.Read More
Caring for someone with dementia can be a very challenging task. We will support and guide you through the complex care system at this emotional time.Read More
Caring for someone with dementia can leave you feeling isolated. Our friendly monthly carers group gives you an opportunity to meet other carers and to talk about you and how you are feeling.Read More
It can be a difficult time when someone is diagnosed with dementia, however it is often the time to make informed decisions for the future for both of you. Having the right support and information is key to you both managing the future.
Here are a few reasons why:
“Thank you for all the helpful information you gave me with supporting my father-in-law with Alzheimer's and pointing me in the right direction. Your information and support took the confusion out of dementia!”
Mrs A - West Wickham, Kent
“Thank you for all the support and care you have given me with supporting my husband with Alzheimer's it is very much appreciated”
Mrs B - South Croydon
“Andrea quickly provided us with the practical support we needed to help us begin dealing with the financial, legal and relevant care issues relating to supporting our mum with Alzheimer's...”
Mr & Mrs S - Bromley, Kent