Care Needs Court Report
Specialist Court Compliant Reports
An evidence-based package of assessments and reports specially designed to identify a person’s current and future care needs and their associated costs – for cases such as divorce and personal injury compensation.
Our care needs court report evidences:
The extent of a clients abilities to deal with day to day living and whether these abilities could improve or deteriorate over time.
Whether these abilities could be improved with additional support and or therapies and the associated costs of this
Whether a client would be able to live independently and if not suggested support and associated costs
The cost of identified needs, for example, domiciliary care, residential care.
Accommodation needs and costs
Whether any local authority and NHS funding is available and whether the client meets the eligibility criteria
Evidence of whether any State benefits are available
Our Specialist Report includes:
Adult Social Care Needs Assessment
We can complete a Care Act (2014) needs assessment to identify the person's strengths and their care needs; this can allow us to determine whether a person's needs are best met in a care home or their own home and, on the scale of probability, identify if this is likely to change in the future.
A Care Plan evidences how the identified needs form the adult social care assessment can be bet now and in the future, this includes day to day needs as well as maintaining relationships, social engagement and housing needs.
A Benefits Review
We complete a full review of any state benefit entitlement, evidencing your potential income in the future
Continuing Health Care Checklist
A continuing health care checklist (CHC) helps to identify if there is any possibility of your needs being met via NHS funding. Identifying and evidencing these entitlements or not to state-funded aide can assist in divorce settlements.
Care Cost Review
Whether care is required right now or in the future, from our care plan we are able to contact providers and ensure your care plan is fully costed and ready to be implemented when you are.
Having collated all of the relevant evidence, we can complete a full report for the courts outlining our findings and summarising needs, how these needs can be met and the cost of these needs.