Author Archives: Julian Kittelson-Aldred

Mid-morning photo: Frank

Frank was overjoyed this morning because he will start school this year in his new wheelchair. Many schools in Peru will only accept children with disabilities if they have a wheelchair to use at their desks.

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Photos from Lima and Yancana Huasy

We worked hard last week in Lima, but we had a lot of fun, too. Here are some photos from our time working at Yancana Huasy.  

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A milestone

Today, for the first time in her 14 year life, Catiusca ate lunch sitting upright. Sammie spent the whole day working on her chair. There’s a little more work to be done, so someone from her rehabilitation organization will deliver … Continue reading

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Meet the 2011 Peru team

Our advance team arrived in balmy Lima last weekend and has been involved in preparations for our two weeks of wheelchair clinics. We are also your humble bloggers. Julian Kittelson-Aldred – Julian is, among other things, Eleanore’s big sister. She … Continue reading

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Eleanore’s Project: 1; Warehouse: 0

Apologies for the late post – last night, we were quite exhausted from working all day long and spent a good hour wrestling with an airlines website to make arrangements for travelling to Arequipa. Here’s what we’ve been up to. … Continue reading

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Spanish versions of two articles now available

Thanks to generous friends who volunteered their time and effort, Eleanore’s Project now offers two of our articles, “Postural Care Around the Clock” and “Are All Wheelchairs Created Equal?”, in Spanish. Check out this post and share them with anyone … Continue reading

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Dos artículos educativos están disponibles ahora en español

Ahora, hay dos artículos educativos disponibles en español. “Cuidado postural alrededor del reloj” ¿Es posible ayudar a controlar o aún revertir contracturas, mejorar el sueño, aliviar el dolor, facilitar el posicionamiento en la silla de ruedas, disminuir los comportamientos de … Continue reading

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March 2011 shipment by the numbers

Greetings! Julian here. After a grueling day of sorting wheelchairs and adaptive equipment at Hope Haven International Ministries in Sioux Falls, SD, Mom and I are excited to report that we have an awesome shipment ready to go for Peru … Continue reading

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It’s that time of year again…

Thanksgiving has come and gone, and it seems that the holiday season is now officially upon us. This brings renewed activity here at Eleanore’s Project – the annual fundraiser A Joyous Party is coming up on December 3, we’re reading … Continue reading

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Emily’s Story

A little girl from Missoula, Montana, Emily, age 6, is part of Eleanore’s Project. She shared her artwork and the money in her piggy bank to help give a wheelchair for a little boy in Jordan. According to her grandmother, … Continue reading

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