Aubrey came to Open Arms as a baby and when he was 2 yrs old returned to his extended family. Aubrey was born with Cerebral Palsy and his family found it difficult to cope with his illness. They were very poor and the environment with its rough roads made things harder for Aubrey to walk….
About Roses House
Roses house was the first of our foster Houses purchased in 2005, with the support of the Cheridan Rathby Charity Trust, and the Rose Jeffries memorial Trust.
Aubrey, Wilson, Norman and Moses otherwise known as the famous four, live in Rose’s House with Ellen, their House Mother and Martha the Assistant House Mother.
They attend a good private school near to the house and have extra lessons each week from their tutor Benson.
The boys have a computer in their house and an IT student and great friend of Open Arms, Martin, gives up his time to give them extra lessons.
Children at this house
Wilson was about two years old when he came to Open Arms. His mother had brought him to a nutrition rehabilitation unit at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre but she sadly passed away leaving no records of where she had come from. No family has come forward since then so Wilson remains in the…
When Norman was a baby his mother passed away and his father was too poor to be able to provide care. His father sadly also passed away before Norman turned two years old and with no other known family Norman remained in our care. He lives in Roses House with his brothers Aubrey, Wilson and…