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Visit the Beacon website or call the free helpline on 03.Clinical commissioning groups, known as CCGs (the NHS organisations that commission local health services), must assess you for NHS continuing healthcare if it seems that you may need it.The team will look at all your care needs and relate them to: Your eligibility for NHS continuing healthcare depends on your assessed needs, and not on any particular diagnosis or condition.If your needs change then your eligibility for NHS continuing healthcare may change.The initial checklist assessment can be completed by a nurse, doctor, other healthcare professional or social worker.You should be told that you're being assessed, and be asked for your consent.
Some people with long-term complex health needs qualify for free social care arranged and funded solely by the NHS. NHS continuing healthcare can be provided in a variety of settings outside hospital, such as in your own home or in a care home. Children and young people may receive a "continuing care package" if they have needs arising from disability, accident or illness that can't be met by existing universal or specialist services alone.
However, saying that, we've never actually been asked to pay and have been given loads of photos - we think they feel sorry us given the financial implications of having twins as we've seen everyone else get asked! At 20 week scan, you have to pay £5 into a machine in main reception (miles from ultrasound! You're only allowed one 'set' of photos though per pregnancy, so a friend of ours found herself wandering around with the token in her purse for three weeks as she had to keep going back for repeat 20-week scans (little monkey wasn't playing ball - ever!
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Find out more about the children and young people's continuing care national framework.
To be eligible for NHS continuing healthcare, you must be assessed by a team of healthcare professionals (a multidisciplinary team).