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The Care and Support (Charging and Assessment of Resources) Regulations 2014

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12.—(1) If the financial resources of an adult who is a permanent resident (in terms of capital) exceed £23,250, the local authority is not permitted to pay towards the cost of the provision of accommodation in a care home for that adult(1).

(2) If the financial resources of an adult who has needs for care and support other than as a permanent resident (in terms of capital) exceed £23,250, the local authority may (but need not) pay towards the cost of that care and support.

(3) If the financial resources of a carer whose needs involve the provision of support (in terms of capital) exceed £23,250, the local authority may (but need not) pay towards the cost of the provision of that support for the carer(2).

(1)

See section 17(8) of the Act as to the requirement for regulations to make provision as to cases or circumstances in which, if the financial resources of an adult exceed a specified level, a local authority is not permitted to, or may (but need not) pay towards the cost of the provision of care and support for the adult. Section 17(8) has been commenced in modified form for the purposes of making regulations by S.I. 2014/2473. See also section 17(10) of the Act as to the meaning of “the financial limit”.

(2)

See section 17(9) of the Act as to the requirement for regulations to make provision as to cases circumstances in which, if the financial resources of a carer exceed a specified level, a local authority is not permitted to, or may (but need not), pay towards the cost of the provision of support for the carer. See also section 17(10) of the Act as to the meaning of “the financial limit”.

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