Big year for international Occupational Therapy in South Africa

Occupational Therapists (OT's) spend their days helping people with sensory, physical or cognitive disabilities to be as independent as possible in all areas of their lives by addressing the social, psychological and environmental factors that can affect patient’s functioning in various ways. 2018 is going to be a big year for Occupational Therapy (OT) in [...]

Learning about inclusiveness in post-apartheid SA

Cape Town was first known as the Cape Of Good Hope and stories like the one below bring hope to an increasingly divided and segregated world. In response to his experience and participation in Heritage Day celebrated this past weekend in South Africa, one of our newest interns, Tyler Wilkins shared the following thoughts: "Our [...]

Early reactions from South Africa’s 2014 elections

South Africa just held national elections and while the results are not final, the early returns already identify several "winners" and "losers." This article from the Daily Maverick, one of South Africa's most intelligent news resources, is definitely worth a read if you want to better understand what this election means for the future of South African [...]