Wonderful news! We are delighted to inform you that, following the country’s move to Lockdown Level 1, visits from residents’ families are now permitted from Monday 21 September, in line with the regulations. Please take note of these regulations to ensure that we maintain a safe environment for our residents: Visits must be booked. Family..
Looking for something fun to do with family and friends on Heritage Day? Get a team together (maximum ten people) and walk or run to raise funds for children with intellectual disability in the Unity Ultra team virtual marathon. All ages and levels of fitness welcome! No venue required – run or walk wherever you..
We’ve all experienced how the strict regulations of lockdown hamper meaningful, personal interactions. Here at LITTLE EDEN, the therapy team has had to turn to the internet to find ways of bridging these gaps. They’ve sent parents photos and videos of their loved ones and their progress in the Home. Residents have also been encouraged..
Boitumelo (which means “joy” or “happiness” in Tswana) arrived at LITTLE EDEN in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic, and had to complete a compulsory two weeks of isolation for her safety and that of the other residents. But this did not dampen her bubbly personality. From the moment she arrived, she greeted everyone with..
Bright came to LITTLE EDEN two years ago in September 2018. Although he tried desperately to communicate verbally, he just didn’t have the strength in his facial muscles. Today, through lots of word repetition, watching the therapist’s mouth movements (prior to the wearing of masks) and music therapy (where he is learning to sing) Bright..