Ros is quoted in the Observer newspaper explaining why she believes the House of Lords will try to force a U-turn from the Government on social care and the way the £86,000 proposed cap works.
Ros is quoted in the Independent saying that the House of Lords will undoubtedly revise the Health and Social Care Bill to address some of the clear inequalities it has introduced through the £86,000 cap.
Ros is quoted in the Guardian calling for Government measures to reform social care to be rethought and removing the stark unfairnesses of current proposals in the Health and Social Care bill.
Ros is quoted in the Guardian which explains why the exclusions and hidden terms of the £86,000 care cost ‘cap’ won’t be a maximum amount people will have to spend on social care before receiving State help.
The Guardian quotes Ros suggesting it is unlikely that private insurance can help people cover care costs up to the proposed £86,000 ‘cap’ as real costs will be far higher and most won’t reach the cap.
Ros is quoted in the Daily Express about the need to radically reform social care and address the injustices of our system, especially the way it treats people with dementia.
Ros recorded a podcast for Financial Adviser calling for a Social Care ISA to be introduced and explaining why it is much needed.