Long Term Care

Meeting the cost of residential and nursing care in old age is a growing issue for many people in the UK. As life expectancy continues to lengthen, more of us can expect to require some form of long-term care. This section contains information to allow you to understand the current situation and help you plan for your future. As with all the information on this website, it's purely intended as guidance - for advice on your specific circumstances you should seek advice.


Meeting the cost of residential and nursing care in old age is a growing issue for many people in the UK. As life expectancy continues to lengthen, more of us can expect to require some form of long term care.

What are your choices?

Our Specialist Later life Care, What are your Choices brochure has recently been published providing a comprehensive overview that helps explain the options and solutions that are available to you and your family

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Our Later Life Care expert is: Nick Kidby, DipPFS, CMS, CERM.

Nick is a member of the Personal Finance Society, the Chartered Insurance Institute,
a Symponia Later Life Care specialist as well as a Certified Mortgage Specialist.

To talk to Nick or one of our specialist advisers call us on 01494 451441

Download Later Life Care, What are your choices here

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