Care Fees Keywords

Terms And Keywords Related To Our Business

Care Fees has a wide ranging area of keywords that are relevant to our business. We have tried to include on this page a list of the most popular keywords that are relevant to our business.  These words reflect the range of services that Care Fees Planning and its parent company Protection and Investment Ltd offer and are designed to help you find our site.

Glossary of Terms

Aged care fees – sum paid or charged for a service payment for care services for the elderly

Care costs – the amount or equivalent paid or charged for care services

Care costs payment – compensation for care services rendered

Care fees – fees for care services rendered

Care funding –converts the benefit of an insurance policy into a benefit plan to cover the costs of skilled nursing home care, assisted living, home and health care.

Care fees payment plan – a plan of providing a guaranteed income for life to fund long term care. In return for a lump sum payment, the plan will pay your care fees tax-free without affecting your other income – provided it is paid directly to a registered care provider.

Care fees planning – the act or process of making or carrying out plans for payment of care fees.

Care home fees – payment for nursing homes and residential homes.

Care home – place of residence for people who require care or nursing care and have significant deficiencies with activities of daily living. Nursing aides and skilled nurses are usually available 24 hours a day.

Care specialists – financial advisers specialising on how to pay for care costs.

Cost of care – a similar term or synonym for care cost.

Protection and Investment – The company provides independent financial advice to individuals and companies. It began in 1999 following a management buyout of the AA’s financial advisory business when a number of Independent Financial Advisers (IFAs) decided to work together because of their commitment to putting the customer first. With many IFAs throughout Berkshire, Hampshire, Middlesex, Surrey and Sussex.

Daniel Kasaska – DipPFS, Symponia Master Practitioner and accredited member of the Society of Later Life Advisers.

Elderly care – caregiving for an aging parent, elderly spouse, domestic partner or close friend.

Help with care fees – professional advise on managing care fees.

IFA – Independent Financial Advisers are professionals who offer independent advice on financial matters to their clients and recommend suitable financial products from the whole of the market. The term was developed to reflect a UK regulatory position.

Immediate care plans – an annuity which will pay a regular, tax-free income to your registered care provider, starting immediately and continued for life.  Payments are guaranteed and do not depend on investment performance.

Independent care – a process whereby an elderly person is proved with care services to help them live independently rather than in a care home.

Independent financial advisor – advisor working independently for their clients rather than representing an insurance company, bank or bancassurer. At the time (1988) the UK government was introducing the polarisation regime which forced advisers to either be tied to a single insurer or product provider or to be an independent practitioner. The term is commonly used in the United Kingdom where IFAs are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and must meet strict qualification and competence requirements.

Life care plan fees – a financial planning process to help with the payment for lifetime care costs

Life care plan – planning for lifetime care of the elderly.

Life care – health care, not only of patients in the final years or days of their lives, but more broadly care of all those with a terminal illness or terminal condition that has become advanced, progressive and incurable.

Long term care and how to plan for it – Life expectancy is going up in most countries, meaning more and more people are living longer and entering an age when they may need care. Meanwhile birth rates are generally falling. Globally, 70 percent of all older people now live in low or middle-income countries. Countries and health care systems need to find innovative and sustainable ways to cope with the demographic shift. As reported by the World Health Organization’s Department of Ageing and Life Course, “With the rapid ageing of populations, finding the right model for long-term care becomes more and more urgent.” The demographic shift is also being accompanied by changing social patterns, including smaller families, different residential patterns and increased female labour force participation. These factors often contribute to an increased need for paid care

Long term care cost – nursing home spending accounts for the majority of long-term care expenditures

Long term care fees – sum paid or charged for a service payment for long term care

Long term care insurance – an insurance product sold in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada, helps provide for the cost of long-term care beyond a predetermined period. Long-term care insurance covers care generally not covered by health insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid.

Long term care – a variety of services which help meet both the medical and non-medical needs of people with a chronic illness or disability who cannot care for themselves for long periods of time.

Money for care fees – funds allocated for care of the elderly.

nursing care plans – outlines the nursing care to be provided to an individual/family/community. It is a set of actions the nurse will implement to resolve/support nursing diagnoses identified by nursing assessment. The creation of the plan is an intermediate stage of the nursing process. It guides in the ongoing provision of nursing care and assists in the evaluation of that care.

Nursing home care fees – payment charged for services of nursing homes.

Nursing home fees – same as above

Nursing home care – are for people who can no longer take care of themselves—not only the elderly but also people with debilitating physical problems.

Nursing home – a privately operated establishment providing maintenance and personal or nursing care for persons (as the aged or the chronically ill) who are unable to care for themselves properly.

Paying for care – a challenging question faced by those facing going into residential or nursing care and one which independent advisors can help solve

Planning for care – with a help of an independent advisor planning for care need not be a last minute process but one which is well thought out and planned

Residential care home – also known as adult family homes, board and care homes, residential care or personal care homes offer personalized service to small groups of adults. These residential homes provide lodging, meal services and assistance with daily living activities.

Residential care – refers to long-term care given to adults or children in a residential setting rather than the patient’s home. People with disabilities, mental health problems, or learning difficulties are often cared for at home by paid or voluntary caregivers, such family and friends, with additional support from home care agencies. However, if home-based care is not available or not appropriate for the individual, residential care may be required.

Residential home fees – As with assisted living facilities, the payment for personal care homes (aka “care homes”) varies from location to location. This often includes three meals a day, but each facility designates its own costs.

Retirement home fees – The amount that you can expect to pay to live in a retirement community will vary greatly. Retirement home costs will change according to the area you live in and the type of care that is required. Most residents of retirement communities pay monthly rent for their accommodations.

Retirement home planning – the establishment of goals, policies, and procedures for settling in a retirement home.

SOLLA – Society of Later Life Advisers.  Specialist independent financial advisers who have gained accreditation through the Financial Skills Partnership can be granted admission to SOLLA.  Daniel Kasaska is an accredited member.

Specialists in care fees planning – financial advisors whocan help you plan in advance for your future care. Secondly, if you have not already made any plans, when you start to pay for your care they can provide investment advice to help you meet the anticipated future costs.

SYMPONIA – specialist group of independent financial advisers who operate in the care planning arena.  Daniel Kasaska is a founder member and master practitioner.

Care funding – to convert into a debt that is payable either at a distant date or at no definite date and that bears a fixed interest  paying the costs of long term care

If some of these keywords are relevant to your needs please use the contact page to get in touch or call the number at the top of the page.

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