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FS20 NHS Continuing Healthcare and NHS Funded Care

How the NHS decides whether you are eligible for care
Source: Age UK

FS44 NHS Services

Source: Age UK

FS76 Intermediate Care and Re-ablement

This factsheet explains intermediate care – a range of health and / or social care services that can be offered free of charge for periods up to and including six weeks - in order to avoid unnecessary admission to hospital, to support timely discharge from hospital, to avoid premature admission to long-term residential care and to promote faster recovery from illness.
Source: Age UK
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Continuing care is professional care given to meet the physical or mental health needs of adults with a disability, injury or illness over an extended period of time. NHS continuing healthcare means a package of care that is arranged and funded by the NHS and is free of charge to the person receiving the care. This is sometimes called fully funded NHS care.