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Our Fees: Information and Support

Here at Bromson Hill we understand the difficulties of searching for a care home that fits for you. Finances can be one important aspect in finding a perfect care home. We put our residents needs first in terms of supporting and giving guidance in this area, whether its you are searching for a care home or searching for a loved one. We have provided the information to see if you are entitled for funding from your local authority below. In our FAQ, we also address questions you may have concerning this subject. If you have any more questions, please contact us via email or phone call at the address provided below. We would love to answer any questions and find ways to support you if Bromson Hill is the right fit for you! 

 

Our fee rate ranges from £800-900 per week for self-funded rooms. In the event you are wholly or partially funded by social workers, please email or call the Home for more information. The Home retains the Funded Nursing Care to pay for our nursing costs and this is made clear in our contracts.


We aim to keep our charges in line with other similar homes. Depending upon your ability to pay, your local authority may pay some of the costs towards your care. Your local authority will assess your income including your pension and benefits as well as any savings you may have and possibly your home if nobody else lives with you. The value of your home will not be counted towards this until 12 weeks after your admission to permanent nursing or residential care.
You may also be entitled to other benefits, which include Attendance Allowance and Pension Credit. For more information, please contact the Benefit Enquiry Line on 0800 88 22 00 or speak to your GP, nurse or indeed feel free to call us for more information.

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Your local authority may pay for the cost of your care if you live in England and have less than:

Financial Support

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Your local authority may pay for the cost of your care if you live in England and have less than:

£14,250

Your local authority may pay some costs of your care if you have:

 

£14,250 - £23,250

You will have to pay the full costs of your care if you have over:


£23,250