Care Fee Funding and the £86,000 Cap: What Difference Will it Make to Our Clients?

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Date: Thursday 10th February 2022
Speaker(s): Cate Searle
CPD Time: 1 hour
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In early September 2021, the government announced the latest in a series of proposed caps on the amount that any person will have to pay for care costs in their lifetime. Scheduled for implementation in October 2023, the proposed cap is £86,000. How does this affect the advice that we are giving to clients now about their future care arrangements?

  • Overview of the main paying for care rules in England and in Wales: means testing
  • Care home costs and care at home costs
  • The care cap: section 15 Care Act 2014 and what will be different
  • Calculations: how much will our clients have to spend before they reach the £86,000 cap
  • What our advice needs to capture: positive changes and potential tensions

Cate Searle, Director and Head of Community Care Law – Martin Searle Solicitors




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