NHS Continuing Healthcare explained

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In this article, the Nomenial team will explore the NHS Continuing Healthcare package and examine how it could potentially help your family if you have a loved one in need of care…

What is NHS Continuing Healthcare?

The program (NHS CHC) is a scheme by which people who are over the age of eighteen can obtain care. The NHS arranges and pays for the care scheme.

Who is eligible for NHS Continuing Healthcare?

To receive NHS Healthcare funding, the person in question must submit themselves for an assessment by organisations known as ‘Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs). The CCG must examine the person applying to determine whether they have a ‘primary health need’.

How do I apply?

If you wish to apply for Continuing Healthcare, you can find a checklist on the website, which you can fill out in order to determine whether or not you are eligible for receiving NHS healthcare or not. You must submit your application through the NHS

In closing..

Nomenial seeks to keep you abreast of all of the available information out there regarding care options. It is important to understand what help you are entitled to from the government. To that end, we hope that this article has been useful. Contact Nomenial today in order to find out more about your care options. We would love to help you.

For more information, see: https://www.nhs.uk/