Nursing care allowance is a long-term care insurance benefit. The monthly payment helps care recipients to organize care at home independently.
If someone is in need of care, they are entitled to claim long-term care insurance benefits. Find out here which steps are important and where to get the advice you need.
An accessible home is an important factor for many people when it comes to living independently. Guidelines, renovations and aids help adapt homes to specific needs.
Day and night care facilities support care at home. Read on to find out what costs you will incur and how partial residential care can be financed.
Full-time residential care is an option if people who are in need of care cannot be cared for at home. This article discusses points to consider in terms of costs and the choice of a care facility.
People in need of care can apply for help with covering care costs if their income or pension isn’t enough. Information is provided here about applications, benefits and income assessment.
Digital care applications (DiPA) are a new type of care benefit. They support people who are in need of care and their loved ones. Find out how DiPA are used to support care on a daily basis.
Anyone who needs temporary care support or help at home can access it through their statutory health insurance provider. Find out more here about the benefits available and how to apply for them.
People who are critically or terminally ill are entitled to specific services and advisory options. This article provides an overview.
Care recipients who live at home can claim long-term care insurance benefits. Read more about these benefits here.
Care group homes are a way of living a self-determined life for as long as possible in old age. Anyone setting up or converting to group homes like these can claim support.