From the October/November 2016 issue of our magazine, our Ask an expert column looks at making a will after a dementia diagnosis.
Not everyone will be eligible to have care or support paid for by their local authority. Eligibility is determined through a financial assessment of the person receiving the care or support.
Anyone who cares for a person with dementia is also entitled to an assessment of their own needs as a carer. This page includes information about getting a carer's assessment in Wales and what to expect and what to do in preparation for the assessment.
Get details or organisations that can help provide information about advance decisions (Living wills).
Read our guidance on how to make and update an advance decision.
If you’re aged 16 to 64, there may be a limit on the total amount of benefit income you can get. This is called a benefit cap.
Read the most common queries we receive about advance decisions (Living wills).
People affected by dementia may be entitled to help with NHS costs. Find out about the current rates and thresholds here.
People affected by dementia may be entitled to help with their housing costs. Find out about the current rates and thresholds here.
This page describes the limits to the treatments and situations an advance decision covers.