Elim Home – a home for children with disabilities
The Elim Home is a facility run by the Moravian Church of South Africa (MCSA) for children and young people with mental and physical disabilities. It is one of the very few support centres in South Africa where professional, loving care is ensured throughout the day. The Elim Home guarantees holistic care for the children and young people. The project is operated by the Evangelical Mission in Solidarity (EMS) organisation and is co-financed by Mission 21.
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24-hour care for children and young people with severe mental disabilities
Ergotherapy, physiotherapy and art therapy administered by qualified therapists
Daycare with an extensive range of therapies offered at two off-site locations
Home visits by trained therapists
Educational and awareness-raising work in surrounding communes focusing on disabled persons' rights
Operation of a tomato plantation and an olive grove to increase the facility's self-funding, and to integrate disabled individuals into agriculture