Senior Care Support Services Ltd - Care Advocate

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Service summary

Older Adults requiring support and advice in sourcing good quality domiciliary care in the home, or, if looking at a move into an appropriate care home, whether that be residential, nursing, dementia care or dementia nursing care. It is important that any care home of choice meets our clients health and social needs now and in the future. We work with clients whether self funding or funded through the local authority.

Senior Care Support Services offers a bespoke, empathetic and holistic approach towards assisting our older clients and their family members when going through, what can be a very stressful time, looking for the right care solution.  We work closely with SOLLA (Society of Later Life Advisors) Independent Financial Advisors and legal professionals, to ensure that the best advice and support is then backed up with the correct legal professionals.   Our links to hospital clinicians, dementia specialists, care home managers and domiciliary care organisations, ensure that we support you with making the right choice, as the experts in later life advice. 

From making that very first call, you can guarantee that you will have the level of support and advice necessary to make that all important care decision. 

Why not take a look at  our website at: www.seniorcaresupport.co.uk for more information. 

Client groups

Older Adults looking at their future care options, either in the home or within a care home environment.

Service details

Support when completing an Attendance Allowance Form.
Support and Advice when dealing with the Continuing Health Care (CHC) process. An advisor can be available to guide a client during the whole process. 

Further information

We are an independent local care advocacy service with an understanding of the care system and how it works for older adults. 

Opening times

Mon - Fri: 8.30am - 6pm

Saturday: 9am - 12 noon

Evening Appointments can be made available depending on client needs and location.

Area served

Staffordshire, Warwickshire, West Midlands, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Solihull, Bridgnorth, County of Herefordshire, Isle of Wight, Malvern Hills, North Warwickshire, Nuneaton and Bedworth, Oxford, Redditch, Solihull, Tamworth, Warwick

Accessibility

We are pleased to meet our client at an appropriate venue that meets their needs. This may be on a hospital ward, care home or client's home. 

Price

Our prices are bespoke and vary depending on the client's needs. During our first initial meeting, we can explore what it is that the client needs and price accordingly. Once our price has been agreed, there should be no hidden extra's unless agreed with the client beforehand. 

 We are transparent and offer value for money, working in our client's 'best interest' at all times. 

The page was last updated on 15 January 2018

Main address

9 Arden Leys
Tamworth in Arden
Solihull
B94 5JE

Main telephone

01564 743 067

Organisation email

info@seniorcaresupport.co.uk

Website

www.seniorcaresupport.co.uk

Contact

Geraldine Davies : Care Advocacy Consultant and Director

Contact telephone

07798 703007

Contact email

geraldine@seniorcaresupport.co.uk

Documents

Name Description File name Size
Care Home Advisory Questionnaire This document is designed to support you when viewing care homes to help you focus on what is important for your or a family member. Care Home Questionnaire.pdf 444341
Testimonials Senior Care Support Client Testimonials Woodward1.doc 28160