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Self-Funding Subsidy

A recent County Council Network report suggests that those who are paying for their own care are still paying significantly more than those funded by the State.


The findings of Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), in a study of the care homes market, calculated that self-funders paid, on average, 41% more than local authorities for a bed in the same care home and it thought that this differential remains unchanged.

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