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The National Care Line provides a much needed service by giving support and information to older people, their carers and their families.

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Welcome to the National Careline

The National Careline is a not for profit company offering information about care and support for older people, their carers and their families.

The objective of the National Careline is to provide a portal that signposts users to various organisations including, Government departments and support networks to help create a clearer understanding of the care maze.

Topics include:

  • What help and type of help is available
  • Where to access help
  • Where to access financial support

The National Careline also provides a wealth of extra lifestyle information that users may find beneficial in their support and care of the older person.

Our service is free to all users

Our mission at The National Careline is to give you the help and support you need together with the information to plan ahead with confidence for the future.

Click here to read more about The National Careline and watch an interview with founder Barbara Davies

 

Want to find out more about the new Care Act? Download the factsheets on Part 1 of Care Act to see how the changes will affect you.

 

The National Care Line News

Councils mount legal challenge against Care Act funding allocations

West Berkshire and Wokingham, which both have critical eligibility thresholds, say Department of Health has not given them enough money to implement act

Under the radar: Why the FCA must do more to shut down pension scams

Experts are calling on the FCA to do more to shut down unauthorised firms targeting consumers accessing their pensions as Money Marketing research suggests its warning notices are failing.

No need to reassess people against Care Act eligibility threshold until their next review, says government

Government sets out plans to make transition to Care Act in England from 1 April, with old legislation continuing to apply in Wales

Annual Family Fun Open Day on Sunday 17 May 2015 from 12pm until 4pm

Please find details of our Family Fun Open Day to kick start Alzheimers Societys annual flagship dementia awareness raising week 17 to 24 May 2015.

April could be open season for pension scams, providers warn

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has warned the upcoming pension freedoms could be open season for fraudsters.

Rising funeral costs are causing people to bury loved ones in back garden

Labour MP asks ministers to tackle funeral poverty with social fund for poorer households as average cost reaches 3,551 pounds

Income tax threshold to rise 'towards11k' in final Coalition Budget

The Coalition Government is planning to hand 27 million workers a tax cut in the final Budget before the election by pushing up the income tax personal allowance towards 11,000.

Care and Repair - Worcestershire

News from Care and Repair - Worcestershire

Taking Charge - A practical guide to people with a disability or health condition

Taking Charge - A practical guide to people with a disability or health condition

Slipping through the cracks: Experts warn Budget pensions splurge could hit state benefits

Pension savers on benefits are in danger of slipping through the cracks of the new freedoms by taking cash and losing their entitlements to state help.

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