Protecting loved one with dementiaLast week was Dementia Action Week. With Alzheimer’s Society encouraging the public to get involved and support people with dementia, it was the perfect time to raise awareness about what it means to actually live with dementia.

In the UK, there are currently 850,000 people with dementia, and numbers are expected to rise to over 1 million by 2025. As the figures increase, the UK Government needs to start thinking about cost of future dementia care.

When it comes to dementia, thinking about future care is important. There are many options available – from moving into a care home to receiving care in your own home – and so it’s important to think about each choice carefully before making a decision that’s right for you.

Whether you’re personally dealing with dementia or someone you love has been affected by it, knowing that you’re not alone and that can you get the help you need from solicitors who care, can make a big difference.

Working with elderly care in mind

Knowing your rights and where to go for efficient and straight talking legal assistance will make your situation easier to manage, especially because you don’t have to feel anxious about any legal jargon. As solicitors for the elderly, Foys is dedicated to ensuring that organising your future care is as quick and simple as possible, particularly for those with dementia.

In cases where you may be worried about your own mental capacity or that of a loved one, we can help you appoint a Lasting Power of Attorney. This means that there’s always someone you trust available to make financial and medical decisions on your behalf.

Our hardworking team have the expertise necessary to help you with your future elderly care. In addition to this, we offer practical and honest advice, and can even visit you at home if necessary.

We recognise that everyone is different and that your future care requirements will be unique to you. This is why we offer bespoke services that cater to what you need, meaning that we won’t rest until we’ve created an elderly care plan that is perfect for you.

Call your local Foys Solicitors office today to find out how we can give you the legal advice you need to make the best decision for your future elderly care.

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