“Where deaf children learn to speak”

As part of our Otorhinolaryngology rotation (easier name: ENT) we spent a morning at the Carel du Toit Centre (“where deaf children learn to speak”). I had been to one of their satellite centres before, as a volunteer in high school, and I never cease to be amazed by their work.

Disability, Impairment, Handicap: Learning from the OTs

Some doctors have a “thing” against integrative management. Me? I love working with Occupational Therapists (which one day my baby sister hopes to be), Physiotherapists (or physio terrorists as they call themselves) and the many other allied health professionals. More about them later. During our current theory rotation we have had quite a number ofContinue reading “Disability, Impairment, Handicap: Learning from the OTs”