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Helping you find the very best care
Here are the answers to some of the most popular questions we get asked every day by people just like you.
You could do it yourself for nothing. But do you really know whether care would be best provided at home or in a care home? Do you have the time to research and visit numerous care homes, many of which might be unsuitable or full? Are you confident you will be paying the right price? Do you know all the available state benefits? If you can’t answer yes to all of these questions, wouldn’t it be best to get some professional help?
Grace Care fees are generally a lot less than just one week’s cost of care, and save you time and worry in arriving at the best answer. And you have the peace of mind of knowing you have covered all the options – and made the right decision.
This is an entirely natural feeling, but without experience it is difficult to know where and how to look. If your dependent relative will be receiving care at home or living in a care home for a number of years, your real priority is to ensure that this care is the best that can be found. The final choice will always be yours, but Grace Care will help you make that choice by presenting you with all the best options.
Often Social Workers have time and budget constraints, but Grace Care will always be available to guide you through the maze, and can be more pro-active in its suggestions for the best care.
Grace Care’s Independent Care Advisers are drawn from a wide range of skilled and professional backgrounds such as nursing, counselling and occupational therapy and all are experts in their field. They have specialised in elderly care for many years, providing exactly this type of advice and help to families every day.
The Care Adviser’s role is not to make the decision for you but to help you use your knowledge and understanding of the person needing care to ensure that you all agree and choose the best way forward.
If you would like to know more about the care options open to you, please use our online form. We will be in touch to discuss your care options. If you would rather speak to one of our care advisers please call 0800 137 669.