Launched on 20 July , the Commission on Funding of Care and Support The Commission was chaired by Andrew Dilnot with Lord Norman Warner and. In June , Dilnot was asked by the government to chair the report was welcomed by Health Secretary Andrew Lansley. Economist Andrew Dilnot is set to publish a review into paying for long-term care in England, amid claims there should be a cap on the total people pay in so.

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You will continue to be liable for general living ahdrew. He said that the poorest would benefit most from the scheme but conceded that the system would also mean that many more wealthy people would also be better off. Roger Goodman St Catherine’s: Dilnot was born in Swansea and attended Olchfa Schoola local comprehensive school. St Hugh’s College, Oxford. Sir Andrew Dilnot Oriel: The council will decide how much care is needed by the person, and how much it would cost to provide.

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Kathy Willis St Hilda’s: How does the cap work? One of these was sustainability, and Dilnot argues that free personal care is not sustainable, both in terms of finance as this would be the most expensive option and politics as a abdrew Government could choose to overturn such a policy.

It published its recommendations on 4 July He thinks that they have an important role to play so that people can afford low level services, meet the cost of disability and to meet costs if they have informal care provided by family and friends.


The Repott Commission were given a set of criteria that their proposals had to fit alongside. Carole Souter St Edmund Hall: Retrieved 12 June Heads of Houses of the University of Oxford.

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There is no doubt that reform is needed quickly to support people using care services currently, as well as preparing better care for future users. The independent Commission is rsport by the economist Andrew Dilnot. He said a mixture of social insurance and new forms of private sector financial services would help to make sure people were far better protected against this risk.

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Richard Cooper St Stephen’s House: Once someone has reached this limit in their personal contributions the state will pick up all ongoing care costs. The Commission published its report in July Archived from the original on 20 January Sir John Vickers Balliol: Webarchive template wayback links CS1 maint: The threshold for home care will be unchanged, and the value of a house will not be taken into account.


Dilnot has recommended that Attendance Allowance and Disability Living Allowance remain a feature of the support provided by Government. He also recommended a separate cap on the amount care homes are allowed to charge residents for food and accommodation.

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Archived from the original on 3 June Dame Elish Angiolini St John’s: Charities representing old people and their carers are calling for political commitment to a timetable for reform, to prevent Mr Dilnot’s proposals being kicked into the long grass. An end to the elderly selling off their homes to fund care. James Hanvey Regent’s Park College: Monday 31 December He thinks that the new system will make things easier for carers because the person they support will be able to get better formal care.

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Baroness Royall of Blaisdon Trinity: Bassam Fattouh Hebrew and Jewish Studies: Robert Ellis St Benet’s Hall: It has recently been suggested the government has put its consultation on social care funding on hold until next summer.