Knowing what we are able and entitled to access when either we or our loved ones become unwell can be overwhelming. At Homecare First, we thought you might find it helpful to have some useful links to look through.
Age UK Rotherham is a charity organisation that can help you to understand the key people you need to talk to or provide you with support. Better Care Fund, Rotherham,is a Government initiative creating a single joint budget to incentivise the NHS and local government to work more closely together around people, placing their well-being as the focus of health and care services. Care Quality Commission (CQC) is a regulatory body which assess organisations against a clear set of standard for Outstanding service provision Help at home from a carer is a website by the NHS which gives simple advice and links regarding your rights and where to access the appropriate information. NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding is available for some people with long-term complex health needs who qualify for free social care arranged and funded solely by the NHS. Personal Health Budget is an amount of money to support a person’s health and wellbeing needs. This money can help people with a learning disability, autism or both live at home and not in a hospital. Which? Home Care can help you to find out more about home, adaptations and technology plus advice on issues such as dementia, falls and loneliness to help you stay independent in your own home for as long as possible.