Residents from Devonshire Court in Oadby have lent their support to The Community Harmony Scarf project.
The Community Harmony Scarf project was created in 2017 as a symbolic way for young people to celebrate diversity and to encourage tolerance within the local community.
Each person who adds a ribbon to the scarf chooses a different colour or texture, reflecting their individuality.
The Scarf, now over 100 metres long, contains colourful ribbons representing over 3,000 people who have each added a ribbon.
Residents at Prince George Duke of Kent Court in Chislehurst, were delighted by a surprise visit from some furry friends last week.
Seven well behaved canine visitors were brought to the Home by Nightingale Dogs, a local company which provides activities with their therapy dogs. Among them were Norman, a Tibetan Spaniel-Chihuahua cross and Crowley, a Shih Tzu-Chihuahua cross. Some of the dogs had also been trained to do tricks which involved the residents.
RMBI Care Co. has received top marks in a nationwide survey of care home residents. The results showed that 95% of residents living in an RMBI Home said that they were satisfied with the overall standard of care at the Home.
Amongst the findings, 97% of residents said that staff treat them with kindness, dignity and respect and 98% said their Home is a secure and safe place to live. Of the residents polled, 99% said that they can have visitors when they want to and 97% said their Home was clean and tidy.