Welcome to St. Joseph’s Home for Chronically Ill Children!
2014 High Tea Sponsors
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Four Medical Wards
The four medical wards serve 120 medically fragile children. Daisy … Continue reading
St. Joseph’s Home for Children established the Sunflower medical ward … Continue reading
Care & Community
Our services include: 24 hour nursing care rehabilitation services access … Continue reading
Children develop speech and acquire language through regular interaction and … Continue reading
About St Joseph’s Home
Vision St Joseph’s Home strives to be recognised as an … Continue reading
About St Joseph's
Most of our children come from informal settlements where clean water, electricity, sanitation and nutritious food are in short supply.
Do you want to donate to a specific project? Have a look at our Appeals page where you can select one, or leave it to us to allocate funds to where they are needed most.
Volunteering is simple enough. It’s about donating your time. In return you will meet new people, learn new skills, gain useful experience and real life work experience.
The Nursing School at St Joseph’s Home was opened in 1974 and trained Enrolled Nursing Assistants up to 2000. It was dormant for a while but reopened in 2008.
St. Joseph’s Home is an intermediate paediatric care facility for children with life limiting and life threatening illness, situated in Montana, Cape Town, South Africa. Children are referred by acute paediatric hospitals in the Western Cape such as the Red Cross Children's Hospital, Tygerberg, Victoria and Groote Schuur Hospital. Children whose caregivers are unable to manage their child's disease or are poverty stricken are referred to St Joseph's for healing and rehabilitation.