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Dorothy Cook is full-time carer of her husband Malvin. She discusses the ups and downs of caring, but has her life changed since the new Care Act of 2015 brought in more rights to support?

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  • M Edwards says:

    I cared for my husband for many years and agree with all the comments made, having compassion for others should be part of the care system.

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