I’m stuck! A case reflection on dyspraxia

I’m stuck! A case reflection on dyspraxia

Today’s blog post was written by Liani Austin, an ASI practitioner in a school-based practice in Pretoria and mom to two beautiful children. “I am stuck” he said in a voice filled with panic. He desperately shook his leg, which resulted in him losing his...
Spandex: It’s more than just a material swing

Spandex: It’s more than just a material swing

Today’s blog post was written by Robyn Turnbull (ASI® certified with Fidelity Measure) and she works in Cape Town. For a session to be considered truly Ayres’ Sensory Integration® (ASI®), one of the criteria in the fidelity measure (Parham, et al., 2011)...
Through the looking glass – Foresight with 2020 vision

Through the looking glass – Foresight with 2020 vision

  Today’s post was written by Stefanie Kruger, who holds the position of Head of Faculty for SASIC 1 and is lecturing on the SASIC 1 course this week. We are all familiar with the phrase “Hindsight is 2020 vision”. It seems to have been printed for the...
A South African Sensory Perspective: Feels like home

A South African Sensory Perspective: Feels like home

Today’s blog post was submitted by Lara Mather.  Lara is an OT working in Hillcrest, KZN and is excited to start her ASI® journey on SASIC 1 and 2 this year.  Thank you Lara! “Home is not a place, it’s a feeling”- Cecilia Ahern Growing up, Ouma buttermilk rusks...