How will this affect you...GP's to no longer visit CARE HOMES! 16/02/2016
GPs have voted to end their responsibility for visits to care homes and house calls, arguing they ‘have not got the time, the workforce or the flexibility’ to fit them into their day...more
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Dominic Littlewood explains the importance of appointing a Power of Attorney.
Having a will is usually the first consideration in planning for your later years. However, a will usually only comes into effect when you die. In order to maintain your lifestyle, pay for aids and adaptions, and pay for experienced care in your later years, you need to have a Lasting Power of Attorney.