Sensoryscape Paeds OT

Sensoryscape Paeds OT


Our amazing OT team have come up with some cool ideas for lockdown entertainment.
Have a look at Sensoryscape Paeds OT

Sensory Integration private practice based in Randpark Ridge and Early Bird Therapy Centre in Woodme

Operating as usual


We are live - check out or webpage. Link in bio 😊

Photos from Early Bird Therapy Centre's post 28/02/2021

Photos from Early Bird Therapy Centre's post


Time for a change.

We are relocating our wilgeheuwel practice to new premises down the road in Randpark Ridge, Jhb.

Watch this space for the reveal and what we have to offer.

We are very excited and look forward to opening on Monday 😊

Photos from Sensoryscape Paeds OT's post 17/11/2020

Today is World Prematurity Day 🐣

We celebrate the lives of the littlies and appreciate all involved in their care!

Photos from Sensoryscape Paeds OT's post 09/11/2020

Christmas holiday / Christmas pressie ideas


Such a lovely video explaining autism but this is also so relevant to children with sensory processing disorder

Photos from Sensoryscape Paeds OT's post 18/09/2020

Meet the face behind this PPE. This is Jacqui- a friend, cat mom, crocheter and music lover.

Jacqui trained as an Occupational Therapist at WITS University. Since graduating she has been dedicated to further developing her skills in Ayres Sensory Integration, SOS Feeding Approach, DIR Floortime Approach, Therapeutic Listening and Interactive Metronome.

Jacqui has a particular interest in treating infants, toddlers and young children with developmental delays and sensory processing challenges. Her main focus is on helping and empowering children progress through play engagement and meaningful interactions. Jacqui sees each play interaction as an opportunity to help children learn, grow and find joy in their world.

“Think of playtime like an innovation lab where tomorrow’s civilization is being actively designed.” Jordan Shapiro

Photos from Sensoryscape Paeds OT's post 17/09/2020

Meet the face behind this PPE. This is Amber Keating - dog mom, lover of all things rainbow colored and the most recent addition to the Sensoryscape team.

Amber studied at Stellenbosch University where she graduated in 2015 and went on to do community service in Dundee in KZN. Immediately after completing her Zuma year, Amber began her pediatric journey. Working at a school for physically disabled and visually impaired learners - her love for treating children with disorders such as cerebral palsy, truly blossomed. “I sometimes believe that these beautiful souls teach me more about life and living it, than I could ever teach them.”

Amber started at Sensoryscape in June last year and has since grown incredibly inquisitive and hungry to learn more about sensory integration and this approach to working with children with sensory processing disorder. “It is a privilege to work with this team of Occupational Therapists who are so knowledgeable and have taught me so much about Sensory Integration thus far”. One global pandemic halted her plans to begin the course this year...We will leave that for 2021.

Amber is often asked by her patients if she would like to come to their house for a ‘play date’. She credits this to the belief that she is an adult on the outside with a childlike heart and playful nature.
“There is nothing on this earth I would rather devote my life to, than making the lives of children that much better”.

Photos from Sensoryscape Paeds OT's post 16/09/2020

Meet the face behind this PPE. This is Bianca Venter - a daugther of God, wife, friend and occupational therapist. She loves spending time outdoors with family and friends.

Bianca’s mission as an Occupational Therapist is to passionately journey with children and help them reach their optimal potential.

After qualifying and doing her community service year, Bianca embraced the profession with gratitude for the opportunity to work at SensoryScape and is motivated by the difference that she can make in children and their families’ lives.

Bianca has a special interest in working with babies, as well as toddlers with sensory integration difficulties and other developmental challenges.

She has completed her postgraduate training in Ayres Sensory Integration. Furthermore, she has completed the Prechtl’s qualitative assessment of general movements training as well as Test of Infants Motor Performance, which equips her to assess babies with a high risk for developing neurodevelopmental disorders.

Bianca believes that it is a privilege to be a part of so many children’s lives, to understand their world a little better and ultimately help them reach their full potential.

Photos from Sensoryscape Paeds OT's post 15/09/2020

So in celebration of OTs this week....we going to introduce you to all our OTs and whose the face behind all the PPE....

This is Carryn Martin - a wife, mom to a toddler, occupational therapist and practice owner of SensoryScape.

Her focus in working with children has included various training qualifications. She has her Masters in Occupational Therapy where her research focused on stress management for mothers who have children with sensory over-responsiveness. Carryn has a passion for sensory integration, which led her to complete her Sensory Integration training in 2010. In 2018, she completed her training in the SOS Feeding Approach®, which has assisted in the more holistic and effective way of treating children with feeding difficulties.

She has a particular interest in treating toddlers with sensory and planning challenges, as well as children with feeding difficulties.

Following her passion for sensory integration, Carryn has developed online Tubs n Tots messy play classes for toddlers @tubsntots .

Ayres believed that the young brain is naturally malleable and capable of change. Carryn believes that playing an integral part in this process of change in a child’s life is very special, and truly a privilege.

Photos from Sensoryscape Paeds OT's post 14/09/2020

It’s OT week and we are celebrating all our OTs at Sensoryscape and all that encompasses OT.

We have 4 OTs that work at Sensoryscape, all with varying passions ranging from treating babies all the way up to adolescents, with a variety of conditions and diagnoses.

Check us out on to see more of what we all about 💛💛

Photos from Sensoryscape Paeds OT's post 08/09/2020

As promised, we made the flower potions in celebration for spring. The weather is just so beautiful at the moment, which made this activity even more inviting.

We started off the activity by venturing in the garden and our street in search for the perfect flowers.

We then settled at the table and started to make the flower potion. We actually changed the name of the flower mix during the activity to flower soup. My daughter doesn’t know what a potion is, so we decided to make a flower soup and flower sauce. Lots of mixing of the colours and flowers were done.

Tools needed:
- Bottles to mix the flower potion, soup or flower sauce in
- Jug of water
- Large bowl
- Spoon, pipette, syringe and anything else you wish to add as tools to help create the mixtures
- Bowls or jugs of different coloured water (coloured using liquid food colouring)
- And then of course flowers from your garden

Show us your flower potions or flower soups. Perfect tactile activity for spring ❤️🌻


Photos from Early Bird Therapy Centre's post 01/09/2020

Such a privilege to be a part of an amazing Centre and team ❤️

Photos from Early Bird Therapy Centre's post 02/08/2020

Rooms available for rent at Early Bird Therapy Centre

Photos from Sensoryscape Paeds OT's post 16/07/2020

Throwback Thursday

Behind the scenes sneak peak of Tubs n Tots classes.

Take a look at our website to see what we have to offer!

Enjoy the benefits of messy play for your child.

Timeline photos 13/07/2020

Motivational Monday

In order for us to regulate our child and meet their needs, we need to have the capacity within ourselves to provide that to them. If we have an empty cup, then we don’t have the capacity to do this. We therefore need to make sure we are self regulating ourselves first so that we can optimally attend to the needs of our child. It’s the same analogy as the oxygen mask in the plane - always put the oxygen mask on yourself before your child.

During these challenging times we are needing to self regulate more than usual, but it’s even more challenging to do parents are drained and exhausted and our children are becoming more needy or emotional or behavioral as a result.

With all the juggling that parents are having to do, let’s try and focus on self regulating ourselves in small doses as doesn’t have to be a whole day off (although that would be fabulous) can just be a small thing each day, that entails something for you. Find a space which can allow you this time - be it in the garden, going for a walk, or your can you use this space or time to regulate?

Although we can’t visit friends or family, try find other ways to connect with your friends or family connectedness is important and can also assist with self regulation.

The important thing is not feeling guilty for doing something for you.....because you can’t pour from an empty cup.

What is it that you do to self regulate?

Photos from Sensoryscape Paeds OT's post 07/07/2020

Congratulations to our very own therapist - @biancaventer123 for completing her SI. Officially sensory integration trained ☺️💃🏻

Well done, all the hard work paid off. We proud of you! ❤️

📷 @carolinemiller_photography

Timeline photos 07/07/2020

Tactile Tuesday’s

When it comes to messy play activities, we generally have 2 categories - dry and wet.
Dry messy play activities would include - rice, flour, oats, cereal, sand...
Wet messy play would include - water, bubbles, jelly, gloop, paints, chocolate mud...

Some children love both of these categories, some neither of them and some only one. Which category or categories does your child fall into?

Our goal with the @tubsntots messy play classes is to help your child become more tolerant and willing to explore both these 2 categories.

Timeline photos 06/07/2020

Motivational Monday
I have to keep reminding myself that what we are all going through is just a chapter in our lives, not a whole story. Let’s make this week better than last week.

“Be strong because things will get better....It might be stormy now but it can’t rain forever”

It can’t rain forever....we will see our rainbow 🌈

Photos from Sensoryscape Paeds OT's post 02/07/2020

Even though it’s winter, we can still do messy play. Put your child outside in the sun with their messy play items. Not only is the sun good for us, engaging in some free tactile play is just as beneficial.

Pantry items put in small bowls + Some kitchen utensils + a bowl of bubble water = enjoyable entertainment for your child and lots of developmental opportunities.

Check out @tubsntots for what we have to offer - guided classes by an occupational therapist on how to engage in messy play and maximize your child’s development, whilst having fun too.

Timeline photos 01/07/2020

We know messy play is important and get told to do messy play with our kids....but why is it really important?

Check out my new blog post explaining importance of messy play at @tubsntots -

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Opening Hours

Monday 07:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 07:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 07:00 - 17:00
Thursday 07:00 - 17:00
Friday 07:00 - 17:00
Saturday 08:00 - 12:00

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