4.3 million people aged 75 or over struggle to find social care

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4.3 million people aged 75 or over struggle to find social care

Four in five older people are at risk of not finding social care, a survey has found.

Coram Family and Childcare Trust have found that none of the local authorities in Central London have enough care to meet the level of demand.

Head of the Trust Megan Jarvie explains the impact this has on not only the elderly, but their families as well.

Video by Susannah Thraves. 

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