App Review: Speech Blubs

As I mentioned in my post on screen time, I have been using apps more and more in therapy with clients of all ages. One app that I have been using with my little ones is Speech Blubs. This is an app aimed at toddlers speech and language development and is evolved quite substantially from … Continue reading App Review: Speech Blubs

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KZN Community Service: Eshowe District Hospital

  Layla Kamedien graduated from UCT in 2016 and went off to rural KZN for her com serve year. This is always a challenge for young graduates going from a big city to a rural part of our amazing country but I love hearing about how rich an experience it was. In my interaction with … Continue reading KZN Community Service: Eshowe District Hospital

Assistive Devices for Stroke (and other disabilities)

At Stroke Support Group in October we were joined by the lovely Jo Kidd, an OT from the Village Work Centre in Claremont. This is a project of The Western Cape Cerebral Palsy Association. They do great work for adults with Cerebral Palsy. They provide a safe space with meaningful work. Jo shared with us … Continue reading Assistive Devices for Stroke (and other disabilities)