Businessman Sir Gerry Robinson tries to improve three struggling care homes. Can Gerry change a culture of stagnant lounges, poor quality of life and a lack of specialist staff?
Businessman Sir Gerry Robinson returns in a new series in which he tries to turn around three struggling care homes.
In the next twenty years over a million Britons will have dementia, and sufferers are likely to end up in one of the country's privately run care homes. It's a huge business worth six billion pounds, largely paid for by taxation, yet a great deal of the care is woefully inadequate. Can Gerry, whose father had the disease when he died, change a culture of stagnant lounges, a lack of specialist training among staff, and a focus on keeping people alive rather than helping them to live a happy life?
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