Paying for care and support in Northern Ireland - other resources
Find other useful organisations and resources to support you with matters relating to paying for care and support in Northern Ireland.
- Paying for care and support in Northern Ireland
- Care assessment process in Northern Ireland
- Paying for care in Northern Ireland: Support at home
- Care home fees in Northern Ireland
- Paying for care and support in Northern Ireland: Complaints and FAQs
- You are here: Paying for care and support in Northern Ireland - other resources
Paying for care and support in NI
Age NI provides information and advice for older people in Northern Ireland.
Health and social care trusts
Belfast HSC trust
028 9504 0100
Northern HSC trust
028 9442 4000
South Eastern HSC trust
028 9055 3100
Southern HSC trust
028 3833 4444
Western HSC trust
028 7134 5171
The Law Centre
028 9024 4401
The Law Centre provides a legal service in specific areas of law to people on low incomes who live or work in Northern Ireland.
Patient and Client Council
0800 917 0222
The PCC offers help and advice to someone making a complaint about health or social care services in Northern Ireland.
Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE)
0844 567 6173
Solicitors for the Elderly is an independent, national organisation of lawyers who provide legal advice to older people. They can also help you to find a solicitor.
Last reviewed: November 2015
Next review due: November 2018
Our information is based on evidence and need, and is regularly updated using quality-controlled processes. It is reviewed by experts in health and social care and people affected by dementia.
Reviewed by: Linda Johnston, Partner, Francis Hanna and Company Solicitors; member of Solicitors for the Elderly and Caroline Cooley, Community Care Solicitor, Law Centre (NI)
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