If you are currently faced with the prospect of finding care for yourself, a relative or a friend you are probably feeling emotionally drained right now. The process of finding suitable care and sorting through the legislation, can be extremely hard. Add to this the often confusing financial situation and it is not surprising to learn that many people feel tired, stressed and worried at a time like this.

Chiltern Consultancy is a professional business that can provide advice to families facing the dilemma of funding for private care fees. We are able to demonstrate a genuine and caring approach at what is one of the most demanding times of family life. Chiltern have put together a comprehensive guide that helps to explain the options and solutions that are available to you and your family. These include how to make the most of your money when funding for care fees is required.

We have a number of experts who are able to advise on this and who are members of the Personal Finance Society, the Chartered Insurance Institute, a Symponia Later Life Care specialist as well as a Certified Mortgage Specialist. Through a holistic approach, we help clients to consider and define their individual planning objectives. We explain the options available and support clients in making informed choices that provide them with confidence in their financial future.

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

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Our latest brochures can be downloaded here Later Life Care or the  Symponia Care Fees Handbook or check out our Money Matters Guide to Later Life Care

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