'NHS Continuing Healthcare means a package of continuing care arranged and funded solely by the NHS'.
Do you believe you or a loved one is entitled to NHS funded continuing healthcare? Applying can be a complex procedure to negotiate on your own. Plym Legal Services are able to assist you in this process.
NHS continuing healthcare has been defined as 'Continuing care means care provided over an extended period of time to a person aged 18 or over to meet physical or mental health needs which have arisen as the result of disability, accident or illness'.
Contact us or call us on 01752 905033 now to arrange a consultation.
“Sharon has worked with my adult autisic son when both education and the local authority failed him. They refused an assessment and then said he was not eligible for services. With Sharon’s help, not only did they assess, but once further challenged, they offered services to him. We could never have done this alone and Sharon made the experience more bearable. Sharon was able to explain complex legal issues to him in such a way that he could understand. ”
“I am very grateful for the work carried out by Sharon Lamerton at Care or Not Ltd, for the guidance and knowledge, given in a friendly and understandable manner. Sharon targeted and identified where the relevant agency was lacking in their duty which resulted in a successful and speedy outcome. I cannot recommend her efficient, professional service highly enough in the area of special needs care provision. ”
“My Wife & I were put in touch with Mrs Lamerton by Counsel & Care. Counsel and Care is the national charity working with older people, their families and carers to get the best care and support. Both Mrs Lamerton’s Reputation and Name had already Preceded Her, we are now aware that she is one of the most experienced ‘If Not The Most Experienced’ Community Care and NHS Continuing Healthcare Lawyer in the South West Peninsula. With Over 16 Years of In-Depth Experience within the fields of Community Care & NHS Continuing Healthcare Legal Work. ”