A High Court judge is still considering a challenge mounted against Hammersmith and Fulham Council's decision to charge disabled or ill residents £12.40 per hour for homecare.
Three members of Hammersmith and Fulham's Coalition against Community Care Cuts (HAFCAC) had their case heard on Wednesday and Friday last week at the Royal Courts of Justice in the Strand.
The case was originally expected to last one day but the hearing continued on Friday after the judge, Sir Michael Harrison, decided that more time was needed.
Chairman of HAFCAC, Kevin Caulfield, said on Monday: "We think we presented a very good case. The evidence was well argued by the barristers and we hope that the judge can reach a positive decision for the three clients."
Legal firm the Public Law Project's Conrad Haley is representing the three HAFCAC members.
A judgement is expected to be handed down in about three weeks' time.