- Community Care
- After Care Service in the Mental Health Act
- Care Fees Planning
- Carer's Rights
- Charging For and Accessing Care
- Closure of Care Homes
- Community Care Assessments
- Decision Making for Those Lacking Capacity
- Disability Law
- Hospital Discharges
- Judicial Review
- NHS and Local Authority Complaints
- NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding
- Withdrawal and Reduction of Community Care
A key to challenging a decision by the NHS or a Local Authority is courage, stamina and determination.
At one extreme, there is recourse to Judicial Review, however, at the other; there are non judicial remedies which include going to your MP, Local Councillor or the Press.
Alternatively, we can assist you in progressing a complaint against the NHS or Local Authority if you are unhappy with the treatment or services you have received from either. This includes resolution of the dispute or to recourse either to the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (if the complaint is about the NHS) or the Local Government Ombudsman (if your grievance is about Social Services).
NHS Continuing Healthcare Deadline Approaching - Do you have a claim?19/02/2013
People in Devon who think they should be assessed for eligibility for NHS Continuing Healthcare funding need to apply by 31 March 2013. NHS more »
New Deadline Introduced for Care Fees Claims27/04/2012
Many of us are only too aware of the exorbitant costs of funding a care home placement. Some of us are aware that there may be financial recompense more »