Inside Out West Midlands

Investigating why dozens of convicted criminals have been working as carers across the Midlands. And Mark Easton explores some radical solutions to the problems of elderly care.

Mary Rhodes returns with a new series of surprising stories from the West Midlands. We investigate why dozens of convicted criminals have been working as carers across the Midlands - looking after vulnerable people in their own homes. With more of us living longer, BBC Home Affairs Editor Mark Easton looks at some radical solutions to the problems of elderly care.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01ndhyk/Inside_Out_West_Midlands_15_10_2012/

 

 


 

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