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Through RMBI Care Co., we are able to provide a range of residential care options for older Freemasons and their families, including residential, nursing and residential dementia support tailored to meet their specific needs.Find out more
There are many reasons why there is a rise in unpaid carers, such as our ageing population, people living longer, and local budget cuts.Find out more
Paul’s daughter, Amie, was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia (AML). Amie and her sons had to move in with Paul and his wife for essential support.Find out more
Avril has been caring her husband for about four years now. He has dementia, but he is also diabetic and is a double leg amputee.Find out more
Doreen was a carer for her husband for four years before he passed away in 2019 from Alzheimer’s disease. Caring for him was distressing for both of them.Find out more
After Pam’s stroke, her husband, Derek took the role of her primary carer. As Derek’s health also started to deteriorate.Find out more
In September 2017, Angela’s mother was diagnosed with lung cancer. She moved herself and her two boys into her home, so she could be her full-time carer.Find out more
London Freemasons donated £48,000 to help Carers UK launch the Carer Aware project which will support 5,000 unpaid carers in London.Find out more
After a long year with limited contact, RMBI Care Co. residents and staff are delighted to have begun welcoming visitors back into their Homes.Find out more
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