Praxis and Rolling with the Corona-Coaster

I am very excited to share this week’s post, written by Stefanie Kruger.  She had an exciting interview this week with Dr Teresa May-Benson.  Happy reading! A roller coaster ride is known for its speed, intensity of highs and lows, unexpected turns, and even...

Summer Holidays and a Sensory Smorgasboard

Friends and readers, parents and therapists, we’re almost there.  You’ve almost made it through the chaos of end-of-year functions and concerts, shows of all of the extra-mural activities, exams for the older ones and big stage debuts for your babies. ...
What is Sensory Integration Treatment?

What is Sensory Integration Treatment?

Now that we have some background and understanding of Sensory Integration, we explore treatment options in this week’s post. Sensory Integration Treatment Occupational therapists trained in Ayres Sensory Integration (ASI®) use purposeful activities, specialized...
Identifying Sensory Integration Difficulties

Identifying Sensory Integration Difficulties

Last week we had a look at what Sensory Integration is, and what Sensory Integration problems are on a neurological level.  In this post we examine how they present in the child, at home or in the classroom, and how they are identified by occupational therapists.  It...
Information is Power, Integration is Ability

Information is Power, Integration is Ability

Welcome to the very first post on our blog.  Through these posts, the South African Institute of Sensory Integration intends to share accurate information with the public and dispel myths.  When we have accurate information we are empowered to help those who have...