Spandex: It’s more than just a material swing (Part II)

Spandex: It’s more than just a material swing (Part II)

Today’s post is written by Robyn Turnbull, who contributed the first part of the blog all about spandex a few weeks ago.  There was so much to say about this wonderful piece of material that she has shared some more ideas today in Part II.  Robyn is ASI®...

Online workshops and training: a viable option?

Written by Karen Powell This past weekend saw SAISI’s first fully online workshop: “Putting the ‘I’ back in Intervention: Informed, Introspection, Intention, Intuition”, focusing on treatment principles in ASI® according to the Fidelity Measure principles.  While some...
A new perspective

A new perspective

Today’s blog post was written by Lara Mather, who is currently busy with her Ayres Sensory Integration training courses through SAISI. In honour of Autism Awareness Month To all my beautiful children on the spectrum, thank you for teaching me that in order to...
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)...