Rozanne Vincent

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Occupational therapist with special interest in Ayres Sensory Integration and Neurodevelopmental Therapy


I completed my B. Occupational Therapy degree in 2005 at the University of the Free State. Following my community service year I joined a dynamic multi – disciplinary team of therapists at a rehabilitation hospital

but realised in August 2008 that I needed to follow my childhood dream, working with children. This led to the opening of my own private practice, on a part- time basis at first, in 2009. Since May 2010 I have been working closely with other occupational therapists, psychologists and speech therapists and now form part of the multi disciplinary team based at Therapeace.

Learning more about the newest developments in the paediatric field has always been one of my priorities. As a result I qualified as a sensory integration therapist in 2011 and as a neuro-developmental therapist in 2013. I am also trained in Therapeutic Listening, TomatisĀ® method and Interactive metronome.

I am therefore writing about occupational therapy, the different frames of treatment as well as interesting topics that parents ask me about in private practice. By researching and writing up, I not only plough back into the community, but also enrich myself.

I am passionate about children and will give my best to benefit each child that cross my pathway. I believe that team work is the key to developing children and this team includes the parents as an integral part of the team.

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