Hi everyone, Today - Wednesday 29 May - at 9pm, the BBC will air the first of a two part series that looks at the state of social care in Somerset. Are you planning to watch the programme? BBC Panorama was granted full access by Somerset Council in the interest of showing how constant financial and resource cuts are negatively and unfairly impacting people who need care support. Both episodes include stories around people affected by dementia. Episode 1, Who Cares, is on tonight. It focuses on Rachel who is in her late 30s and cares for her mum full time. Her mum has incredibly challenging dementia which causes lots of sleepless nights. Due to council cuts, the only respite care that Rachel receives, two days a week, is about to end, meaning minimal care support for Rachel or her mum. Find out more about the programme We know that people with dementia and their families are being let down day after day by a broken care system – a system that fails to look after them as individuals. The social care crisis is a dementia crisis and we need a Dementia Fund. We are standing up for people who need better care, will you stand with us? >Join our Fix Dementia Care campaign today< -- Panorama: Crisis in Care Part 1 - Who Cares? airs tonight, Wednesday 29 May at 9pm on BBC One. What are your thoughts on the programme? Have you had similar experiences? Please share your experiences below.