My MIL lives alone and has recently started having home visits arranged through the Local Authority. She has just under £16K savings and her only other asset is her home. She's getting a small pension with pension credit and the lower rate of attendance allowance. She's had a financial assessment, and is paying about £46 a week for one care visit a day. She's due to have extra visits soon, but we aren't sure how that's going to affect how much she pays. Is it likely to go up to pay for the extra visits? Would her income be allowed to go below the standard pension plus pension credit of about £151, or is that the limit on what they would ask for?