At Cheshire Later Life Hub we want to provide you with various advice and tips from our trusted professionals. 

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Mobility Products

Ranging from household adaptations to mobility scooters and stairlifts.

Financial Advice

Offering clients over the age of 50 advice and guidance on a range of later life lending options.

Care at Home

Support from Care Assistants in your own home able to help with daily living tasks such as personal care, meals, companionship, medication.

Legal Advice

Advice on financial and property affairs, along with health and care; navigating issues regarding care home fees, Will preparation and trust and estate administration.

Carer & Family Support

Independent social care advice for anyone who is unsure of where or how to source appropriate care for a loved one.

Independent Carers

Providing a framework of support and guidance to care seekers so that they can access self-employed carers safely.

How to Manage Incontinence at Night?

How to Manage Incontinence at Night?

Whatever time of the day you are dealing with incontinence, can seem like an uphill battle. However, struggling with incontinence during the night can seem impossible to manage as it disrupts your sleep and lifestyle. Sleeping helps us to revive our bodies, it helps...

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Alzheimer’s Awareness

Alzheimer’s Awareness

We can all be forgetful sometimes, like when you go into a room and forget the reason you entered, or when you forget items on your shopping list or misplace your keys. Forgetfulness is something we all contend with no matter our age, but as you get older memory loss...

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Caring for your Mum – a daughter’s perspective.

Caring for your Mum – a daughter’s perspective.

Family caregivers, who dedicate themselves to caring for loved ones, can often feel forgotten and invisible. The assumption that a family member - often a daughter - will naturally assume the role of 'caring for Mum' significantly affects their personal lives and the...

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£400 Million Increase in Inheritance Tax Payments

£400 Million Increase in Inheritance Tax Payments

As per HM Revenue & Customs, the total Inheritance Tax (IHT) receipts from April 2023 to September 2023 amounted to £3.9 billion, marking a £400 million increase compared to the corresponding period in the prior year. June 2023 recorded the highest-ever IHT...

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Addressing Recent Headlines on Inheritance Tax Changes

Addressing Recent Headlines on Inheritance Tax Changes

In light of the uncertainty surrounding the future of Inheritance Tax, it is essential to familiarise yourself with the existing tax regulations when engaging in estate planning. Under the current system, Inheritance Tax may be applicable on four occasions: Upon an...

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What is a Court of Protection appointed Deputy?

What is a Court of Protection appointed Deputy?

If a person lacks mental capacity to make decisions for themselves and they do not have a Lasting Power of Attorney in place, an application can be made to the Court of Protection for a Deputy to be appointed, so that there is someone with legal authority to take...

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What is Estate Administration?

What is Estate Administration?

When someone dies, their Personal Representatives (PR) are legally responsible for their money, property and possessions. You are a PR if you have been named in a person’s Will as their Executor or, if they do not have a Will, if you are entitled to act as an...

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What is a Lasting Power of Attorney?

What is a Lasting Power of Attorney?

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a document which allows you to appoint people you trust, to act as your attorney, to make decisions on your behalf. You can make either or both LPAs. Types of Lasting Power of Attorney:  Financial Decisions You can appoint an...

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