International Social Care Assessments


What to Expect

Any assessment should be therapeutic in nature; this means you should gain some insight not only into your current care needs but also your abilities. A holistic assessment should  take into account:

  • The emotional and social side of your life.

  • Your skills and abilities.

  • Your views, religious and cultural background and support network.

  • Any physical difficulties you may experience or any risks.

  • Any health or housing requirements.

  • Your needs and wishes.

  • What you would like to happen.

  • Needs you have connected with any kind of disability or illness.


Video Link Assessments

Our system is integrated into our Patient Management System. We don't rely upon third-party systems such as Skype or Zoom, so you can rest assured our system is safe and professional.


All video calls are secured with end-to-end encryption and meet the same strict privacy and security standards as our regular services. You can rest easy knowing your assessments are kept between just you and us.


Why Nellie?

Our assessments are based  upon the same legislation and eligibility criteria used by the UK's NHS and Local Authorities outlined in the Care Act (2014).


  • ​Managing and maintaining nutrition

  • Maintaining personal hygiene

  • Managing toilet needs

  • Being appropriately clothed

  • Being able to make use of the adult’s home safely

  • Maintaining a habitable home environment

  • Developing and maintaining family or other personal relationships

  • Accessing and engaging in work, training, education or volunteering

  • Making use of necessary facilities or services in the local community, including public transport, and recreational facilities or services

  • Carrying out any caring responsibilities the adult has for a child.


Financial Decision Tracker

Not only does our assessment include a report evidencing your capacity but where appropriate we also include a financial decision tracker at no additional cost. 


Person Centred Assessments

A COP3 form is designed to evidence a lack of mental capacity, but in line with the principles of the Mental Capacity Act (2005), we always assume an individual has capacity. If a person does have capacity, we provide a COP3 form supported by a full mental capacity assessment report at no additional cost.​


Montreal Cognitive Assessment

The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is a brief, 30-question test that helps healthcare professionals detect cognitive impairments early on. 

The MoCA can be beneficial in situations such as testamentary capacity where a client's will is likely to be contested, the MoCA can provide evidence, on the day, that there was no identifiable impairment of the mind or brain. 


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