Brent Carers Centre trustee talks about her concerns for the future care of her daughter

Posted: 02/02/2018 | Categorised: ,

Inge Ahmad, Trustee of Brent Carers Centre, cares for her disabled daughter Noreen, who has learning disabilities, is quadriplegic, blind, epileptic and without speech. As part of the “When I’m Gone” campaign launched by SENSE Inge appeared on BBC Radio 4 expressing her concerns about the future care of her daughter, and the need for greater investment in social care.

To read more about Inge’s story click here.

To read more about SENSE’s “When I’m Gone” campaign click here.