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Whats a Pcc?

A protected cell company (pcc) is a legal entity that consists of a core linked to several cells. Cells in a pcc have separate assets and liabilities and are independent of one another. A pcc is governed by a single board of directors that oversees the entire legal entity.

Whats a Pcc?

A PCC is a personal carer‘s card, which is a type of identification that allows an individual to access services and benefits related to their personal care needs.

The card is issued by the Department of Health and Social Care in England and is valid for five years. The card is free of charge and is available to any adult who is aged 18 or over and who has a disability, longterm health condition, or who is a carer for someone else.

The card can be used to access a range of services, including:

Personal care services

Respite care

Home care


Equipment and adaptations

Financial support

Housing support

Leisure and recreation

Employment support The card can also be used to access discounts on a range of goods and services, including:


days out


leisure activities

cinema tickets


retail outlets

utility bills

To apply for a PCC, you will need to complete an application form and return it to the address provided. You will also need to provide proof of your identity,

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