In the next twenty years over a million people in Britain will have dementia, and sufferers are likely to end up in one of the country's privately run care homes. It's a huge business worth six billion pounds, largely paid for by taxation, yet a great deal of the care is woefully inadequate. Can Gerry, whose father had the disease when he died, change a culture of stagnant lounges, a lack of specialist training among staff, and a focus on keeping people alive rather than helping them to live a happy life? Last week's programme was stark, emotional and an incredible eye-opener of what might befall us, whether it be directly or through a loved one. Considering a number of us will end up in care homes, especially given the world's aging population, why don't people care more? Tonight's concluding part sees businessman Gerry Robinson addressing such problems as a lack of basic specialist training among some staff.