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Jacqui Edgar

Special Focus Areas: Work-life balance, Self-esteem, Adult ADHD, Return-to-Work interventions (Vocational Assessments, Cognitive rehab, Liaising with employers, Work visits) T: 072 444 9223 E: Jacqui@rehabot.co.za Areas: Hurlingham & Sandton Jacqui is an occupational therapist specializing in the assessment and treatment of adolescents and adults with psychiatric conditions. She obtained her occupational therapy degree at [...]

By | May 18th, 2016|Team|0 Comments

Cailyn Sonderup

Cailyn is a certified Occupational Therapist (OT) whom recently graduated from Wits University and is a member of the Golden Key Foundation. She completed her community service at Rob Ferreira Hospital, based in Nelspruit. She has worked in a number of environments focusing mainly on neurological rehabilitation prior to starting her own private [...]

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Cheryl Mackinnon

T: 073 669 2670 E: cheryl@sensoryintelligence.co.uk Cheryl has worked for leading organisations such as Assessment Centre Technologies, Thomas International and The Kelly Group. Her background and experience lie in the automotive, FMCG, retail and BPO industries.  She has a passion for developing people through an objective and scientific approach. This enables organisations to understand, [...]

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Nicole Kayton

T: 078 588 4622 E: nicole@sensoryintelligence.co.uk Nicole is an Occupational Therapist who achieved her Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of the Witwatersrand. She is passionate about working with children and assisting them to reach their potential. Nicole has gained experience working in a multi-disciplinary setting within government and private sectors [...]

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School and the sensitive child

Doors CRASHING, ear splitting SCREAMS, wind HOWLING, BLINDING lights, alarms BLARING, people CRASHING in to you… This is how someone might describe an emergency evacuation or a disaster scene in a movie. Imagine if this is what an average day at school feels like. This is often the case for children who are sensitive to [...]

By | May 13th, 2016|Education blog, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Sensory inventions

I have recently spent a large portion of my time researching and reading interesting articles about how the senses work and the brain mechanisms behind it all. During this time I came across the work of Thomas Edison who we owe our music listening pleasure to. He was hard of hearing and had been interested [...]

By | May 13th, 2016|Education blog, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Sensory smart teenagers

The onset of adolescence is a very challenging time for both teens and their parents. It is a time that is marked with rapid changes, and it is also when many expectations are placed onto teenagers – academic and sporting responsibilities, social pressures, the development of self identity and emerging freedoms. With increased independence come [...]

By | May 13th, 2016|Education blog, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Cool, cooler, office water cooler

If you are taking the time out of your busy day to read this, it’s likely that you are brain dead… in need of a brain break. BUT, you would rather remain seated reading this because taking a break entails the following: A dereliction of duties. A cost of time you can’t afford to waste. [...]

By | May 13th, 2016|Corporate blog, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Adele de Klerk

T: 084 251 1250 E: adele@sensoryintelligence.co.uk Adele is a registered Psychometrist (Independent Practice). She completed her B COM Industrial Psychology Honors degree and BA Honors in Psychology at the University of Johannesburg and has completed her Sensory Intelligence Practitioners training. She has over 10 years’ experience in the field of psychology and education. She [...]

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Romy Marsh

T: 084 582 8263 E: romylee74@gmail.com Romy Marsh has 20 years of clinical and training experience as an occupational therapist. She works in a paediatric occupational therapy practice.  Currently she trains also for Sensory Intelligence® and most of her career she has spent training in communities and schools . She also managed Outreach training [...]

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