Lashbrook House unveiled the shield, which was designed by residents, with the help of The Deputy Mayor of Henley. He removed a cover to reveal the artwork as residents and staff watched.
The design is split into four sections comprising two wildlife scenes, a depiction of some of the activities at the home and a smiling staff member.
It was painted by Jill Waud, from Henley, who runs art classes for Henley Stroke Club, after she was sent a sketch of the design and asked to help.
Louise Light, life enhancement co-ordinator at the home, came up with the idea after visiting Ladder to the Moon in London, a social enterprise that provides training and consultancy for residential care providers.
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