Paying for care
What can I expect to pay for home care?
Care costs can be daunting, but we always do our level best to make your care package as affordable as possible
without compromising on quality. Our specialist staff will make sure your package matches the precise needs that
you require, following a full assessment of your situation and how we can help. Our fees are based on your individual
requirements. Feel free to contact or phone us to discuss your needs. You can find out more information on the
assessment process here.
Paying for care
We understand that the cost of care can be a major concern for our clients and their families, so always work closely
with clients and their next of kin or advocates to make sure that our care package is affordable whilst still delivering
everything that’s needed to the very highest standards. We also offer flexible invoicing options. We can either send
your invoices weekly, fortnightly or monthly and you can pay by cheque or bank transfer. If you would like a home
care fee schedule, please contact us now. Many people receive Direct Payments from Social Services, also called
Personal Budgets, designed to give people more control and independence over the services they use, instead of
Social Services arranging it for them. But it can be a daunting prospect for many people because they
effectively become an employer.
We regularly deliver services to people on Direct Payments and we’re very familiar with the system, which means:
- All our staff have Criminal Records Bureau enhanced disclosures and are fully referenced We provide full training to all staff
- We can change care staff when required, to cover sickness and
- We take care of all NI and tax payments as well as holiday pay
- We are fully insured (Employer’s Liability, Public Liability, Professional Indemnity)
For more information on Direct Payments, you can go to the DirectGov website.