Get advice on the different ways to pay for your carePlanning for care costs is something you may have little experience of, which is why it can be helpful to learn what funding options are available to you.
When you make your decision, you can rest assured that Bupa care homes cover everything from 24 hour nursing care, utility bills, daily activities and home cooked meals for all of our residents. There are also a number of additional treatments available which will be charged for separately, including physiotherapy, speech therapy and aromatherapy, ensuring we cater for a wide range of needs.
Download our guide to paying for a care home
Call our Elderly Care Support Line free on 0345 600 4622 seven days a week
Or email us to find out more.
Lines are open 8am to 8pm, Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm Saturday and Sunday. We may record or monitor our calls.
The first step to care funding is getting a means test
Can I get any help towards the cost of my care?
Answer the following questions to discover what help may be available to you
Frequently asked questions
If I’m paying for care myself how do I prevent my money running out? If I’m paying for care myself how do I prevent my money running out?You can take specialist advice on the options available to you from companies such as Eldercare.
What if I don’t think I am entitled to local authority funding? What if I don’t think I am entitled to local authority funding?
You may still want to get a care needs assessment from your local authority to help you choose the right kind of care home. Alternatively you can speak to your local Bupa care home to get an assessment of your needs.
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The cost of care varies greatly depending on the type of care you need. If you require round-the-clock care there will be higher fees. Once your personal circumstances have been assessed we will be able to tell you the cost of your care.