The 51-year-old from Strelley spoke to The Post at a launch event where campaigners in the city vowed to set an example to the rest of the country.
Carers and care recipients flocked to Nottingham Trent University to see the city council and the Royal College of Nursing sign a declaration that encourages care providers and commissioners to pay the living wage, end 15 minute visits and see carers better trained.
And Mrs Starr – who works specifically with people who have dementia and complex needs in Nottingham – said it was a positive move
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