Poor care and little support let our aged citizens down says Times article

Dementia sufferers are left hungry, thirsty and soiled because of “harrowing” neglect hidden behind closed doors, campaigners say. Substandard home care is having devastating consequences for people with dementia as untrained staff struggle with everyday tasks, the Alzheimer’s Society warns. Older people have ended up in hospital, moving to a care home or even wandering into the road because of poor care that can make life a “living hell” for families, a report concludes. About half of Britain’s 850,000 dementia sufferers rely on care workers to help them at home but research by the charity concludes that they are being let down by a “blind spot” in the system. “It’s pretty frightening what

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