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Will I have to pay?

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Will I have to pay?
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Most people have to pay something for their ongoing care and support. Many people have to pay the full cost.

Your financial circumstances will be assessed to see how much you need to contribute. Further information is set out in our charging policy.

If you are responsible for paying for the full cost of your care and want us to arrange the care for you, we will charge you for this service.

Whilst you may be asked to pay for your social care, NHS care is free. If your social care practitioner or social care assessor identifies you may be entitled to free health care we will ask our NHS colleagues to complete a health assessment.

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