Hi there As we all know, there is a disconnect between the real carers of someone with dementia, who do pretty much everything humanly possible for their loved one, and the Invisibles, who do zero. We all know that the carers have great conscience, hold their head up, have done their best etc etc But what if that is not enough, we live in a society where every action has a consequence, and that also applies to non-action. You pay your money, you take your choice. People who do everything deserve more than the Feel Good, they deserve additional monetary compensation, they deserve to be well mentioned in the community, they deserve special recognition, probably even the Invisibles would agree, but unless its enshrined in Law, its not going to happen. So what do we want, what kind of recompense would we want, in a perfect world, on top of our conscience (which we know we have got), what can I write to the MP and say, this is what the people who do all the work, would like ? The numbers needing to be cared for is going up and up, so we need to have a way to get the Invisibles more engaged, else its just not a sustainable scenario. I'd like to hear people's thoughts.