In today’s episode I talk with leading campaigner Tony Stowell who is heading a major campaign for the rights of people in care homes.
Tony has a successful career in the entertainment industry, which has led to a life filled with interesting twists and turns.
He went from being a top professional model, working in Los Angeles as a double for Tom Cruise, to being offered to be in Take That at the beginning of their stardom.
He is a familiar figure among celebrities and many of them are now helping him to raise awareness of his campaign.
A testimony to the power of his campaign, is that he has the backing of a leading London solicitors which is recognised by the Legal 500 as one of the top tier legal firms in the UK, Gulbenkian Andonian Solicitors.
He is campaigning to raise standards in care homes and that anyone wishing to have cctv in their rooms in a care home by law is allowed to do so, for peace of mind and the assurance that protection and safety is always adhered to.
He talks with determination and honesty about his courageous and extraordinarily difficult battle to raise awareness of the plight of the vulnerable and how his mission has taken him on the journey of making history.
His story has made it into the mainstream media and reached parliament.
Every person has the right to be safe and treated with dignity and respect, and Tony’s campaign #supportTonystowell is leading the way to giving a voice to the silent ones.
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