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Local authority funding

If you qualify for funding from your local authority area, the main methods of funding are:

•  Personal budget

•  Direct payments

 

Personal budget

If your local local authority allocate a personal budget you probably won't pay anything directly yourself. The situation will be reviewed on a regular basis to ensure that you remain in control of your budget and how it is used. You can choose to draw your personal budget as direct payments. See below.

 

Direct payments

If you opt to receive direct payments, they will be made directly to you by your local authority. You will then be responsible for making payments for your support by using that money. We will discuss with you a personal support plan that enables you to best manage your budget so that you can use it most effectively. It's a popular method because it gives you much greater control over how your support is planned and delivered.

 

How to pay privately

If you pay for your care privately, we will agree with you a clear payment structure and send your invoices at a regular agreed intervals. We will also agree a support plan with you defining exactly the services you will receive.

It is always best to discuss with your social worker what you may qualify for in regards to financial support. They will be able to advise you of your eligibility and support you through the process.

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