Elderly care: 'It's not the way it should be done'
On Monday the Today programme heard from 83-year-old Sally Lubanov - an elderly woman who receives 15 minutes of care a day - following a report by a that works with disabled people has done research which suggests that the number of such short visits has risen significantly over the past few years. Tracey Currey, from Swindon, was a care worker for two years but left because her employer would not let her do more than the "bare minimum" for clients, outlines the situation from her perspective.
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