Here at Ty Hafod Care Home in Capel Llanillterne, we know that money is naturally one of the biggest concerns when deciding on a care plan. How will it be paid for? Who pays for it? How much will it cost?

We know it can be confusing, so we hope the following guide on fees and funding will be helpful when deciding what to do. We also strongly recommend speaking to your social worker, doctor or family solicitor to answer any further questions.

Who pays for care?

The costs of staying in a care home are usually divided into three:

  • Nursing care - provided by a qualified nurse
  • Personal care - such as help with dressing, eating and washing, provided by a carer
  • Accommodation - including food, heating and living costs

In some cases, financial assistance is available. It's important to understand what that help is and how to get it.

For more information about care-home funding in Wales, contact your local authority. Also, you may want to visit Age UK Cymru for answers to some common questions.

Need help with your decision?

At Ty Hafod Care Home, we're happy to talk to you about the costs of care, and the processes involved in paying for care. We'll also fully discuss our fees before admission.

Contact us

Whether you decide to stay at Ty Hafod Care Home or another Four Seasons care home, we strongly advise you to seek expert financial help before making any final decisions.

Looking for more information?

Here are some sites you may find useful: