Well we have just had a CHC Assessment - done by an agency on behalf of the Commissioners Board - The outcome is for L to go forward for a full review - L already receives CHC.
We made full notes of L's illness and needs before the assessment handed them to assessors. They were very pleased. It means they have all of the basic information and the interview is somewhat shorter, but crucially the proper CHC assessment is scored and doing this means that they have the information to get the points you need.
Think of everything that needs attention and list them as one word. Now go back and use those as headings and describe the persons needs is a few short sentences.
Add a section on who lives in the house and who is the carer and what thier needs are. It is OK to say if you are struggling to cope.
I've done a little proforma to help folk who want to go down this route.
It is may have irrelevant stuff in. Just delete those. I may be missing some of your areas. Just add them.
Ask for it to be put on file as a report and not a letter. This is important. It means it is easy to find when another clinician is looking at your case.
It does not matter if you don't do this... It just might help.
The other useful thing to give them are the most recent Neurology and Urology or other specialist letter to the G.P.
Good luck again.