What are the four key indicators?

What are the four key indicators?

The four key indicators are: Nature, Intensity, Complexity and Unpredictability.

Was the Court of Appeal decision in Coughlan correct?

In court the judge ruled that both general and specialist nursing care were the sole responsibility of the NHS. In Pamela Coughlan’s case, however, the Court of Appeal ruled that her nursing care was the responsibility of the NHS, not the local authority.

Can you get CHC funding dementia?

Dementia and health needs eligibility. People with certain health needs can get care for free, paid for by the NHS through a package of care known as NHS continuing healthcare (NHS CHC). If you are eligible, the NHS will arrange and fund your care, such as paying care home fees for someone living with dementia.

Does Lewy body dementia qualify for continuing healthcare?

A: No. A person’s health needs – not their diagnosis – determines whether they are eligible for funding so having a diagnosis of dementia is not an automatic entitlement to free care.

What is the criteria for CHC?

To qualify for Continuing Healthcare funding, it must be proven that you have a ‘primary health need’. This means that your care requirements are primarily for healthcare, rather than social or personal care needs. This is usually judged via a two-step assessment process; a Checklist followed by a Full Assessment.

What is a CHC checklist?

The CHC checklist is carried out by a qualified healthcare professional, such as a doctor, nurse or social worker. The checklist covers 11 core elements of care including continence, breathing, mobility, medication, emotional needs and cognition.

What three tests did Lord Woolf in Coughlan consider a court might use for the protection of a legitimate expectation?

The legitimate expectation arose from the fact that the promise made to Coughlan had been specific to those premises, expressly made to a small group of people within the same category, conveyed in unqualified terms, and repeated and confirmed in representations made to the group.

What is substantive legitimate expectation?

Substantive legitimate expectations. A substantive legitimate expectation arises where a public body makes a “lawful representation that an individual will receive, or continue to receive, a substantive benefit of some kind”.

What qualifies you for CHC funding?

Do dementia patients pay for care?

In most cases, the person with dementia will be expected to pay towards the cost. Social services can also provide a list of care homes that should meet the needs identified during the assessment.

What does CHC pay for?

What does CHC funding pay for? Continuing healthcare funding will cover all your health needs. This includes any care home fees, or the cost of health and social care professionals that come to your home. However, it does not cover a social or personal healthcare need.

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