As we battle the third (and hopefully last) wave of Covid-19, it’s important for us to let you know how much we value your friendship and loving concern for the ‘angels’ of LITTLE EDEN. It really means a lot to us to know that others also care deeply about these precious children and adults with..
Caring for someone with physical disabilities? You’ll know that they need extra care in winter to keep them warm and comfortable. Poor circulation makes it difficult for those with limited movement, spasticity or cerebral palsy to keep cosy when the temperature drops. Hands and feet are particularly susceptible to the cold. Lower temperatures also cause..
After interviewing several CEO’s who had taken up the challenge to spend one work day in a wheelchair to raise funds for LITTLE EDEN, 702’s breakfast host, Bongani Bingwa, decided to try it for himself, but with a difference. Instead of spending a day in a wheelchair at the radio station, Bongani chose to spend..
If you’re a fan of Vintage cars, this competition is a must! Enter our lucky draw now and stand a chance of winning a genuine 1962 Studebaker, imported from the USA (apart from the bakkie which was manufactured in South Africa). The vehicle has the original V8 Packard engine and 3 speed Dodge (Chrysler Corp)..
Pictured above, the Cause Postulator, Mr Luigi Slaviero, takes the Oath, watched by His Grace, Archbishop Buti Tlhangale OMI. Whilst the journey towards Sainthood is a lengthy one that may take many years to be completed, we are excited to report that the next step towards the Canonisation of Domitilla and Danny Hyams took..
Last Friday, Elvira Rota Village residents had their fun-filled annual Sport Day today! We use Sport days at Little Eden to celebrate our residents’ abilities and developmental achievements. Even though the majority of our residents rely on wheelchairs for their mobility, they still enjoy races, ball games and other competitive activities. Not to mention the..
We congratulate Sr Seena on attaining her Silver Jubilee as a nun in February this year. Sr Seena is one of four Sisters of the Imitation of Christ (SIC) from India, who provide an invaluable contribution to our residents’ wellbeing, serving in the Care and Stimulation programme. She has been part of the LITTLE EDEN..
During March (National Intellectual Disability Awareness Month), CEOs and Company Directors were challenged to spend one work day in a wheelchair, to create awareness and help raise much needed funds for the special angels at LITTLE EDEN, the majority of whom have physical disabilities along with profound intellectual disability, and depend on their wheelchairs for..
For a few precious hours we were able to push Covid-19 to the back of our minds; Santa had special visiting rights at both our Homes just in time for Christmas – and he didn’t come empty handed! You can imagine the squeals of excitement, the joy and laughter that greeted Father Christmas when he..
Music therapy is not only a source of joy to children and adults with profound intellectual disability, it also helps their vocal ability and breathing. Before working with our Music Therapist, Sindi was only able to make limited, short sounds. Singing has helped improve her vocabulary and exercise her chest muscles and lungs to improve..