WHAT WE DO

We are occupational therapists passionate about child development. Our main goal is to ensure that a child reaches his or her full potential within their daily environment. Our treatment is fun and interactive in order to address specific delays your child may have in reaching developmental milestones.

SEE HOW WE DO IT

HOW WE DO IT

We evaluate each child in order to identify the specific areas we as therapists can assist with. Treatment is focused and goal-directed while engaging the child in playful activities. We believe in a multidisciplinary team approach, and therefore engage the parents as a supportive part of the therapy.

  • All
  • Fine Motor Skills
  • Gross Motor Skills
  • Sensory Integration
  • Visual Perceptual Skills

TEAM

SARIZA SWART

Occupational Therapist

Practice number: 0571709

B.OccTher (UP) M.OccTher (UP)

 

Tel: 082 782 4662

Email: sariza@dot-therapy.co.za

CHRISTEL DU TOIT

Occupational Therapist

Practice number: 0071552

B.OccTher (UP)

 

Tel: 082 744 2687

Email: christel@dot-therapy.co.za

SIBELLA VAN WYK

Occupational Therapist

Practice number: 0681059

B.OccTher (UP)

 

Tel: 082 521 0211

Email: sibella@dot-therapy.co.za

GOOD TO KNOW

Some additional information to equip you as parents with knowledge, activities for the home or the latest research available.


15 Apr 2019

What is the deal with tummy time?

As occupational therapists, we are often asked why parents should place babies on their tummies? Is it really that important? Is it even safe? When should I start letting my baby have tummy time? How long should my baby stay in this position?   In order to answer these questions, we must know what ‘tummy time’ means. Tummy time is the common term that is used to describe a baby’s position when they are placed

22 Jan 2019

Handwriting difficulties and how to ‘hand’le them

Handwriting Difficulties And how to "hand"le them   Many mothers that come into our practice have more or less the same question… “How do I help my child with his handwriting?”   Many children that are referred for occupational therapy, especially between the ages of 6 to 8 years, are referred due to poor fine motor skills impacting their handwriting abilities. This can mean any of the following: Poor legibility when writing Inability to write

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Our working hours

Monday to Friday

8h00- 17h00

Contact details

Christel 

Tel: 082 744 2687

Sariza 

Tel: 082 782 4662

Sibella 

Tel: 082 521 0211

info@dot-therapy.co.za

Address

513 Rossouw St

Die Wilgers

Pretoria

0184

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