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Continuing Healthcare on the radio…

Angela Sherman, director, Care To Be Different

Interview about care fees on Voice of Islam, community radio channel that addresses matters of social justice – March 2017

Interview about NHS Continuing Healthcare on Informed Choice Radio with Martin Bamford – December 2016

Angela Sherman, director of Care To Be Different, interviewed on Secklow Sounds about care fees and NHS Continuing Care.

Angela has also been interviewed about care matters on:

BBC Radio Northampton’s Weekend Women show

BBC Radio Lincolnshire’s daily show, Melvyn In The Morning

Interview about the NHS Continuing Healthcare scandal on MKFM – June 2013

Richard London’s ‘Parkinson’s Chat’ show about her parents’ experience living with Parkinson’s Disease

…and has spoken about NHS funding on Victoria Derbyshire’s show on BBC Radio 5 Live

In the press…

iNews: Thousands missing out on NHS care funding ‘will carry on being left in the dark’

The Independent: “Alzheimer’s now costs the UK £26bn every year

Around Town: ‘Who pays for your parents’ care?‘ (click the link under the main image)

Care Industry News: ‘People with dementia are being denied specialised care and treatment

Henpicked online community:  ‘Who pays for your care?

In Balance magazine: ‘Care home fees: How to avoid being wrongly charged

West Briton news: ‘Angela creates website after four year battle for parents

Morning Star: ‘Health cuts leave the sick out in the cold

…and she has also been quoted in the Sunday Times on issues to do with care funding.

Plus, we also provide case study material to journalists. Some of this has been used in BBC Radio 4’s File on 4 programme on 18/11/14. Continuing Healthcare: The Secret Fund.

At events…

Angela has been asked to speak at events, including this PJ Care Study Day in Peterborough, alongside other care professionals and advisers

She also speaks at events organised by the Institute of Financial Planners (IFP), St James Place, the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and other professional bodies.

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