Thank you x2

Remember Meshack and Shadreck, the twins who came to LITTLE EDEN just in time for Christmas? Friends like you rallied round to provide the much-needed financial donations for food, exercise therapy and customised wheelchair support to ensure their comfort and enhance their quality of life. Thank you for helping to make the twins’ first Christmas..

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New life for Shaun

A wish comes true – Shaun makes the move to Elvira Rota Village. Ever since he came to us, as a small, sickly tot in 2004, Shaun has been prone to severe chest infections. Doctors did not expect him to live long. But, against all odds, Shaun thrived at LITTLE EDEN. Although he is unable..

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All grown up

All grown up

Amazing to think that these LITTLE EDEN residents (pictured with ERV Site Manager, Paolo Slaviero) have been living at LITTLE EDEN since they were youngsters. Bobby, (second from left) will be turning 70 in May! These older residents are very proud of their home, and willingly help in the kitchen, laundry and garden, pack pecan..

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Under Construction

Thanks to an international funder, exciting renovations are about to commence at both our Homes. At Elvira Rota Village, a new residential block will be built which, together with some reconfiguration in Pino’s Place (an existing residential block), will allow us to relocate 50 residents from Domitilla & Danny Hyams Home, freeing up space at..

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LITTLE EDEN scoops second place at Social Innovation and Disability Empowerment Awards

At last year’s SAB Foundation Social Innovation & Disability Empowerment Awards, LITTLE EDEN’s Showerßath, developed by Lucy Slaviero, scooped second place. Suitable for use in care facilities, hospitals and homes, the Showerßath makes bath time safe and hygienic for heavier people including children and adults with limited mobility who are unable to bath themselves. At..

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Team LITTLE EDEN hopes to raise R50 000 towards medical equipment and supplies

Hospital beds, an Ear Nose and Throat set, oxygen concentrators, infusion equipment, pulse oximeters, hot air sterilizer, suction machine, haemoglobin monitor, ultra violet sterilizer, needle destroyer, examination lamp, bed screens and an emergency trolley are just some of the medical equipment we need to buy to ensure the most sickly and vulnerable among our ‘angels’..

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