“The performance was beyond expectation, amazing!” these were the words of Dario D’Ambrosi, the Director of the Italian based, Teatro Patologico Production, at the end of an exceptional performance of William Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus by his production team featuring our residents. The performance took place at The Market Theatre on Sunday 30 September after Mr..
Once again, LITTLE EDEN has been nominated by Italian-South African Chamber of Trade and Industries as the beneficiary of the Nedbank Business Excellence Awards raffle draw, which takes place on Thursday 21 November 2019. For only R200 per ticket, you stand to win one of these fantastic prizes: 1st Prize: 4-day cruise for 4 (2..
Pictured above from left to right: Mrs Lucy Slaviero, former CEO of LITTLE EDEN, Ms Peggy-Sue Khumalo, CEO of Standard Bank who presented the lecture, LITTLE EDEN resident, Daniella and CEO, Mrs Xelda Rohrbeck. Addressing the audience at the 3rd annual Danny & Domitilla Hyams Memorial Lecture at the Holy Rosary School on Monday..
Join our LITTLE EDEN Team, cycling the Discovery 947 Ride Joburg to raise funds for our precious ‘angels’
Last year, the LITTLE EDEN cycling team raised an amazing R81 338 towards the #SoundSleep Campaign. Our Angels are warm and comfortable in their beds because YOU care! This year, we’re hoping to raise even more … R100 000 towards the cost of medical equipment and meds needed by our precious ‘angels’. Owing to their..
In the three and a half years that Busi spent with us, she drew attention from staff and visitors alike. From a shy threeyear- old, unable to walk or say more than a few words, she blossomed into our beloved little ray of sunshine. Thanks to the dedication of our carers and therapists – and..
Before his Madiba buggy underwent an upgrade, Gift, diagnosed with cerebral palsy, was unable to stop his head and shoulders from slumping over the side of the buggy. Now – thanks to the kindness of friends like you – additional custom made cushions keep his body aligned and his head supported, enabling him to see..
Suitable facilities in a good state of repair are crucial to the mission of LITTLE EDEN. Not only to enable staff to provide an exceptional level of care to our ‘angels’ – but because the environment in which they live and work has a significant impact on the morale of residents and staff. We are..
LITTLE EDEN is Home to several adults and children with Down Syndrome – including Matthew and Yolandi. With National Down Syndrome Day just around the corner, we thought you might be interested in finding out a little more about their condition. Down Syndrome is caused by the presence of an extra chromosome at the moment..
We now have five dogs, two of which (Donut and Peanut) are looked after solely by the residents of Butterfly wing. Other therapeutic interactions with animals include horse-riding, and caring for the caged birds. The bird enclosures have been moved closer to the buildings, so that residents can hear the birdsong even while they are..