Supported Living

Supported Living is, in many ways, a combination of property ownership and the provision of domiciliary care.

Supported Living insurance cover is designed to protect your assets, cover your liabilities and provide benefits.

If you provide housing and act as a landlord then protection against loss or damage to the buildings, protection against loss of rent and property owners liability are all essential.

You need to precisely describe the levels of activity you undertake for Service Users which some Insurers may constitute as care, leaving a gap and requiring mistreatment cover rather than support, which requires professional indemnity cover.

Every quotation will be accompanied by a Key Facts Summary of the cover (and a full policy ion request) for the particular Insurer being recommended.

Let our care insurance experts compare the market for you and find you the right policy to protect you and your insurance needs.


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