Below is a list of association, organization and specialized shops that I make use of for information and products.

Associations and Organizations

The South African Institute of Sensory Integration (SAISI) provides resources and information as well as a list of Sensory Integration trained therapists.

The Occupational Therapy Association of South Africa (OTASA) provides valuable information on Occupational Therapy.

Sensory Integration Global Network (SIGN) provides valuable information on Sensory Integration.

A Total Approach  provides webinars, information and literature on Sensory Integration and DIR/Floortime.

Pathways.org is a website with a wealth of developmental information for children, with a special concentration on babies.

Products

iPlayiLearn offer fantastic toys, games and activities.

Sensory Stuff  make cushions, weighted vests and duvets and tubing.

Geppetto’s World  make equipment, BASIC blocks and swings.

Sensory Care  make seamless socks and underwear.

Therapists

Meg Faure is an OT with a passion for moms and their babies. Both in therapy and her online community, she provides advice, content and support for moms of little ones.