In episode #14 of The Care Home Show, Simon welcomes his guest Adam Hutchison.
When Simon and Adam recorded an episode of the The Care Home Show, they discussed the care 'postcode lottery'. Since then, the Daily Mail has published a handful of relevant but sensationalised articles about care home sector funding and other subjects.
These articles wildly misrepresent the sector and is some instances are just entirely inaccurate. So, Simon and Adam try to go somewhere to redressing the balance and putting into perspective some of the articles from the Daily Mail.
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