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Category Archives: Long-term care

Growing care costs


Ageing population faces significant funding crisis As part of Budget 2017, Chancellor Philip Hammond announced an extra £2 billion of funding for social care and paved the way for major changes to how people pay for it. But people in … Continue reading

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Funding future care costs


‘The tragedy of old age is not that one is old, but that one is young’ With the UK’s population ageing, more people will be living with long-term care needs. Oscar Wilde once said: ‘The tragedy of old age is … Continue reading

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Who will care for you in old age?


Making provision in a way that meets your needs and wishes As a population we are living longer, and with an ageing population the need for care is growing, with the time spent in care also increasing. However, a fifth … Continue reading

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Sandwich generation


Filling in the family gaps With an ageing population and increasingly more children living at home for longer, more and more people are joining the ‘Sandwich Generation’, having to fund family at both ends of the spectrum, such as their … Continue reading

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