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Stay in your own home

Stay in your own home care from CardiffIf you live in Roath, Lisvane, Cyncoed and the surrounding areas of Cardiff you will have recently received a leaflet providing details of the Everycare Cardiff 24 hour live in care service which enables individuals to stay in their home with support from our care support staff.

The service is now becoming increasingly popular and is an excellent alternative to a residential care home in terms of cost and comfort – because of course “There’s no place like home”

For more information on the Everycare 24 hour live in care service in Cardiff – please call 029 2045 5300.

Home care newsletter – all the latest news from Cardiff

Home care news in CardiffEverycare Cardiff all the latest care news from CardiffEverycare Cardiff has released it’s latest newsletter to update local and regional organisations on the latest changes within Everycare in Cardiff.

Everycare Cardiff provides care across the City of Cardiff both to private  individuals in their own homes or supporting the local authority, charities and other organisations who require care support.

If you or your organisation are looking for care support workers or nursing staff please contact us today on 029 2045 5300.

To read the news letter click on the images above.


Care changes in Wales from April 2016

care in walesIn Wales, important changes are taking place in social care. From April 2016, everyone will have the right to have their need for help assessed.

Home visits will have to be long enough to meet the specific needs of that person. The government in Wales says the new system will focus on people’s wellbeing and the prevention of problems.

It is up to local authorities to determine whether an individual is eligible for help. Most have set the bar at only providing help to those with substantial or critical needs.

If care at home is needed, the cost is capped at £55 a week. This figure will increase to £60 a week in April 2015. If an individual has savings or assets of more than £24,000, not including their home, they will be expected to pay for home care up to that limit. Those with less may be entitled to help.

In a care home or nursing home people with assets of more than £24,000 – and that may include the value of any property they own – will have to pay for the full cost of their care. Those with less than that may be entitled to some help towards the costs.

To find full details of teh cost of care in Wales visit the BBC Cost of Care project.