Care Advice Centre

Lincolnshire, East Midlands

Telephone: 07764 480565


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The Care Advice Centre LTD (est. 2011) offers an independent, tailor-made approach to person-centred care planning.

We offer a range of services to support professionals, families and individuals:

  • Certificate providers for Lasting Powers of Attorney (7 day service)
  • COP3 and independent mental capacity assessments (7 day service)
  • Applications for NHS and Continuing Healthcare and support with appeals
  • Advising, assessing for and arranging care and support in the community or residential placements
  • Support with hospital discharges and discharges under the Mental Health Act
  • Support with benefit applications
  • Review of care and support needs
  • Visiting services
  • Case management
  • Expert witness reports
  • Social Work Practice Educator services

Meet the Director

Independent Social Worker, Anna Callow, qualified with a Masters in Social Work in 2006.  Anna has worked within Local Authority Adult Social Care Teams as a Senior Practitioner managing multi-disciplinary teams supporting adult clients with physical disabilities, learning disabilities, mental health diagnoses and carers.  Anna is a Practice Educator, Dementia Champion, CoPPA East Midlands committee member and supports the Corby Dementia Friendly Community Project.


“Clear, comprehensive advice extremely well presented and researched.  Incredibly prompt delivery of report.  Could not have asked for more” – Pierre Thomas & Partners, Solicitors

“A very useful resource to be able to access, with benefits for my clients and myself – I would not hesitate to use again or recommend to others” – Stephen Duffy, Buckles Solicitors LLP

“Anna Callow was friendly, approachable, knowledgeable and swift!” – Solicitor, Leicester

“Excellent service. Needed an urgent report and it was turned around very quickly. Anna went over and above all expectations” – Solicitor, Peterborough

“I have dealt with the Care Advice Centre for the past 5 years, starting from the time when my mother entered a care home, suffering from advanced dementia. It has been of invaluable support to me. I have received advice and guidance concerning the intricacies and legalities of the system and funding, as well as personal support. It can be a very lonely, confusing and even frightening world to deal with when they are unfamiliar and at a time when one is vulnerable because of what is happening to someone dear. Being taken by the hand and led through it has reduced the stress and loneliness, of what is, a huge responsibility for getting it right”. – P. Gough