Affordable and excellent value for money

Fees

At Hengoed Care we understand that paying for care is a subject few people have any experience or knowledge of; it is a specialist and complex area and yet more families are facing this challenge every year.

Money is naturally one of the biggest concerns when deciding on which care home and care plan is best for your relative.  After all, we all want the very best care, accommodation and facilities provided at an affordable price, which is exactly what Hengoed Care delivers.

Everyone’s situation is different. The information that follows is intended as a useful guide, but you should take independent professional advice about your own circumstances before making any decisions.  You may also be eligible for a contribution towards care home costs from your local authority or the Local Health Board.  It’s important to understand what assistance may be available and how to access it.

You can also visit  the following websites for additional information:

In addition, you can have your questions answered by making an appointment with our Finance Manager, Paul Lewis by contacting him on 01792 797265.

We hope that the following information on fees and funding will be helpful when deciding what to do:

Hengoed Court is able to accommodate persons needing residential, nursing, continuing care and dementia residential care If you are not sure what category of care you require the following information may be of help:

Residential Care (PE1)
This category of care is for people needing assistance with personal care that can be delivered by care staff.

Nursing Care (NE1)
This category of care is for people needing care supervised or delivered by a Registered Nurse. This person may have a nursing need such as wound care, catheter care, tube feeding, etc.

Continuing Health Care (CHC)
This category of care is for people who have complex nursing needs or are near end of life and need complex interventions by a Registered Nurse.

Dementia Residential Care (PE2)

This category of care is for people who have been diagnosed with dementia that doesn’t require nursing interventions.  All of our staff under go intensive dementia care training, provided by Tim Williams who is qualified and accredited with the Alzheimer Society.

Unfortunately we don’t offer care for people requiring Nursing Dementia Care (NE2)

If you are not sure what category of care you require please contact the Manager or Clinical Lead Nurse who will be more than happy to offer help & guidance.

Nature_Park-2The weekly fee costs for Hengoed Court are:

Residential Care (PE1) – Maximum fee a resident can be liable for: £570.00 per week (inclusive of third party charge).

Nursing Care (NE1) -Maximum fee a resident can be liable for: £612.50 per week.

Continuing Health Care (CHC) – Maximum fee a resident or family can be liable for: £42.50 per week. (inclusive of third party charge).

Dementia Residential Care (PE2) -Maximum Fee a resident can be liable for: £570.00 per week (inclusive of third party charge).

Fees are invoiced on a monthly basis, and are payable by cheque or standing order. A contractual agreement will be required between the service user/representative and the Care Home.

This contract will remain in force until either giving notice to leave the Care home or the service user is deceased. The fees are reviewed annually and residents are given one month’s notice of any fee increase.

Fees may be reviewed at other times in the year if there is a long term increase in a resident’s care needs.

There is a third party/supplementary charge which have been included in the above figures.