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...
Play and Discovery

Play and Discovery

Written by Karen Powell  Happy New Year to you! To inspire you to have fun despite the pandemic level challenges we might be facing this year, we revisit the foundation and importance of play, and how it relates to the work we do. Play and Discovery In 2007 the...
Knowledge is Power

Knowledge is Power

Today’s post was submitted by Liani Austin.  Liani works in private practice at Therapy Factory and has two beautiful children.  She loves guiding concerned parents and educators, so that children can reach their full potential by means of a sensory integration...
Goodbye 2020

Goodbye 2020

And just like that we bid farewell to 2020.  SAISI board would like to thank you for your ongoing support and engagement through what has been a very challenging year.  For some the challenges were health-related, for others financial, emotional, or personal.  We see...
The Essence of OT-ness

The Essence of OT-ness

Today’s blog is written by Stefanie Kruger, private practitioner at Simply Senseable, and SAISI board member, who decided to conduct some of her own research into the loss of “OT-ness” in this year of the pandemic. Vanilla essence  is a delectable...