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But this does not include living costs such as food, energy bills or accommodation.
There have been claims about how much these changes will benefit People - we've been looking at some of them.Boris Johnson : 'If you've got £100,000 or less, we'll help you and that doesn't include your housing Asset - your Home . There's a housing disregard for as long as you and your spouse are in it'
This is means-tested and will be available to People who need social care
If someone has less than £20,000 in assets, then they won't have to pay anything for their personal care.
He's right in his explanation. If you are receiving social care At Home or if you are in a care Home and your spouse is living in your Home , the value of the Home is not counted towards your assets. That's called the housing disregard.
If you go into a care Home and you do not have a spouse living in your Home , then the value of your Home is counted towards your assets and you may have to sell it, although there are schemes that allow you to defer the costs, and for the property to be sold after you die.
This is controversial because it is at odds with what the Conservative Party 's 2019 manifesto said.
It promised that: " nobody needing care should be forced to sell their Home to pay for it".
But, the government's language around this has shifted since the manifesto pledge.
The Health Secretary Sajid Javid has said " no-one will have to sell their house in their lifetime".Jonathan Ashworth : 'If you are unfortunate enough to need social care and you live in an £80,000 house in say Barrow or Hartlepool or Mansfield, you'll lose nearly everything'
The first thing to say about this claim from Labour's shadow health secretary is that this would only be the case if somebody was receiving social care in a care Home - not if they were getting care in their own Home .
If this wasn't the case, The Rules mean that you would have to contribute towards your social care Until You got down to having assets worth £20,000. This could include having to agree to sell your Home in future.
So in Mr Ashworth's example, if the £80,000 house was your only Asset , you could lose three-quarters of your assets.
And remember, these figures cover personal care and not other costs such as accommodation and food. People may be eligible for means-tested benefits to help with those costs.