At Lyndhurst, a number of our advisers are accredited by the Society of Later Life Advisers (SOLLA), which means they have achieved the highest standard for advice in later life and can provide the practical help and guidance needed to help you make the right decisions at the right time.
There are different care options, including care at home, intermediate care or supported living, residential care and nursing care.
Unless you qualify for State support, you are likely to have to fund your own care fees. Working out how you’ll cover any care costs can help give you peace of mind about the future.
The decisions that you or your family may need to make will often be quite complex, requiring careful consideration. Professional financial advice is invaluable to help you make informed choices.
You could consider a care funding plan to pay for your care fees. Also known as a ‘care annuity’, you use a lump sum to buy an insurance policy that provides a regular lifetime income to fund care.
“A big thank you to Jo Haigh at Lyndhurst for sorting out my retirement planning. Jo delivered a first-class professional service conducted in a timely manner. I would have no hesitation in recommending her to family and friends.”
“We really appreciate your financial expertise as well as your compassionate approach, which makes a considerable difference when grappling with such an emotive issue.“