The African Collection
In this beautifully illustrated book for ages 3 and up, Occupational Therapist and artist Sally Fraser-MacKenzie has put together nine children's stories, each of which handle an aspect of sensory integration difficulties that parents, care-givers and teachers might recognise in their children.
A world first, this book helps affected children feel acknowledged, while their guardians are empowered to help them.
This book is a must for teachers, Occupational Therapists who deal with children, parents whose children have an SI issue and the children experiencing those issues themselves.
Afrikaans translations can be bundled with this book!
This book is very proudly brought to you by ada enup, a company that prides itself on ‘firsts’.
Colour cover, four colour throughout
2011, Sally Fraser-MacKenzie
1st edition 2002, 2nd edition 2011.
Sally Fraser-Mackenzie (B.Sc.Hons OT; B.Sc.Hons Psychology) is an occupational therapist, writer, artist, lecturer and philanthropist, passionate about her work with children and babies. She is an active member and Board member of the South African Institute of Sensory Integration (SAIS) and has lectured for SAJSI for the past 10 years on treatment courses. She has been working in the field of paediatrics for the past 15 years.
Fraser-Mackenzie does individual therapy with babies and children, incorporating techniques such as sensory integration, play therapy, neurodevelopmental therapy and floortime. She also runs baby groups and regular workshops in her area, giving workshops on parenting skills, sensory versus behaviour issues, baby sign language and other issues regarding children's development. She does general occupational therapy work too in response to the community's needs.
She writes regularly for various publications, has written books and produced DVDs. Fraser-Mackenzie has been married for 10 years and has two young boys aged three and five. They live in Knysna, South Africa.