Who Can Be An Appointee?

An appointee has to be aged 18 plus and can be a family member or trusted friend or a specialist organisation such as The Money Carer Foundation.

The local council can also act as the appointee as there can be conflicts of interest when local authorities become appointees this should be a last resort. Many care providers also still act as appointee however, again, due to the conflicts of interest these arrangements are increasingly being discouraged.

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