I obtained my Baccalaureus Scientiae degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of the Western Cape in 2003. I’ve worked as a Community Service Therapist at Sebokeng Hospital in the Vaal Triangle, Gauteng and after completion of my community service year, was then transferred to Livingstone Hospital (Physical Rehabilitation) in Port Elizabeth where I’ve started as a Junior Therapist, and was promoted in 2008 as Head of the Occupational Therapy department. I was actively involved in clinical and managerial duties, supervising therapists.
I started my private practice in 2006. Where I consulted and treat various age groups and conditions. I spend most of my time in Paediatrics, assessing, writing reports and treating learners with: visual perceptual difficulties, learning barriers, fine motor skills, gross motor kills and handwriting. During the mornings, I am working at Lonwabo School for the physical disabled as a Senior Therapist, assessing and treating children with Cerebral Palsy, socio-emotional, physical conditions and barriers to learning (Inclusive Solutions to remediate the language and learning barrier). I am registered with the Health Professional Council of South Africa (HPCSA) and with The Board for Health Care Professionals (BHF). My field of interest includes: Paediatrics, Vocational Rehabilitation, Children and Adult Orthopaedic and Neuro conditions. I attend regular courses and workshops pertaining Continuous Professional Development, stay informed of new developments of work. I am a member of OTASA (Occupational Therapy Association). I also held membership of SANDTA (South Africa Neurodevelopment Therapy Association).
We specialise in peadiatrics, employee wellness and disability consulting, as well as medico-legal assessments. We consists of a dynamic, enthusiastic team of therapists who offer services from our base practice as well as satellite practices at some of the local schools in East London. We work with children of all ages who may experience difficulty with postural and gross motor skills, fine motor or handwriting skills, visual perceptual skills, sensory integration disorders, hyperactivity, spectrum disorders, neurological conditions or any other developmental or academic concerns. We have seen a lot of left-handed children at our practice over the years and understand that challenges they may face, and the support and intervention that could be of value. Do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your child or concerns!
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