Theresa Quinn cares for her mother Violet who has Dementia and Parkinsons. Her 83-year-old mother was forced to sell her home to pay for residential care, but Theresa took her out of the home because she said the care was not good enough.
Theresa says the Government's new White Paper on social care, released today, does not give families more choice and the funding pledges announced are "a bit of a cop-out".
John and Clare Merry both have Alzheimer's. The money to pay for their care is running out and their family faces a difficult choice.
Pensioners moving into residential care will be given state loans so they do not have to sell their property to fund their care.
With 3million people over 80 in the UK a figure set to double by 2030 - make no mistake this is a demographic timebomb that will cost us all