Shopping for the holidays: The skill in choosing a gift

Shopping for the holidays: The skill in choosing a gift

This weeks blog post is written by Anneri Oosthuizen, a South-African paediatric occupational therapist who is qualified in Ayres Sensory Integration.  Anneri has always been passionate about helping babies and children with sensory processing disorder and serving...

SAISI and POPIA – Part II

Thank you to Sumien du Plessis for writing this follow-up blog, on the impact POPIA is having at the SAISI office, and in your pratice too.   Knock-knock… Who’s…….. Oh wait…. you have heard this before! Let’s just jump straight into POPIA-SAISI-effect from...
SAISI meets POPIA – Part 1

SAISI meets POPIA – Part 1

Today’s blog post is part of a mini series on POPIA, written by Sumien du Plessis.  Sumien works in private practice in Pretoria and is their appointed information officer.  She adds, “It should be a given that I am a Sensory Integration qualified...
A Frozen Mouth – A story about Selective Mutism

A Frozen Mouth – A story about Selective Mutism

Thank you to Liani Austin for sharing this insightful blog post with us today.  Liani is a school-based occupational therapist with two beautiful children and a heart for adoption.  She is also holds the Publications portfolio on the SAISI Board.  She enjoys writing...
CPD Part II – How to spot a fake

CPD Part II – How to spot a fake

The second blog post teaching us a little more about the process of earning CEU’s to maintain our professional registration is just as entertaining as the first and shared today – written by our very own CPD police lady on the SAISI Board – Sonja van...