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Rebeca, grown to become a very considerate and caring young lady


Rebecca with a new companion

With each passing day, little Rebeca grows into a very considerate young girl, her incredible progress and each small victory makes her carers increasingly proud. She is the forever-smiling child, always keen to attract the attention of the adults around her or ready to introduce herself to those visitors who step into Saint Margaret’s shady courtyard on their first visit.

After the first fleeting moment of awkwardness has passed, Rebecca she gets down to the serious business of getting acquainted with the visitors. She edges closer and closer to tell tales of her life at St Margaret’s, about her chums and the other kids and of her latest adventures and discoveries, which have formed part of  her daily programme of activity in her home from home.

Rebeca’s daily routine is packed full of activities and during her free moments, she usually plays with her best chums, Cristina and Nicoleta or with her older brother, Darius, who likes to watch and protect his little sister as she grows and develops in confidence. Given the chance Rebeca like to spend, her time with the younger children in St Margaret’s as she is very caring and protective, especially toward infants and smaller kids in her hospice family. She just loves to hold the infants in her arms or to share her toys as a token of her love and affection. By caring and sharing without hesitation, Rebeca rewards all her carers, who on a daily basis care of her, monitor her education and development. They have become very proud of her progress and looking forward to a bright future, sure Rebecca will continue to thrill and surprise them all. 


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