Julise de Wet is a dedicated Pediatric Occupational Therapist with 10 years of experience in the field of pediatrics. Her passion for early intervention has led her to specialize in neonatal care for premature infants using the Prechtal general movement assessment and positioning techniques. Julise is also a qualified feeding therapist, helping children with various diagnoses from infancy to overcome feeding difficulties.
With experience in autism, all levels of cerebral palsy, developmental delays, and Down syndrome, Julise has worked with a wide range of children and families to help them reach their full potential. Her focus on educating parents to navigate the unique challenges of raising a preterm baby has made her an essential resource for families with premature infants.
Throughout her career, Julise has been committed to providing high-quality care to her patients. She takes a holistic approach to therapy, addressing not only the child's physical needs but also their emotional and psychological well-being. Her dedication to her patients and their families has earned her a reputation as a compassionate and effective therapist.
In her free time, Julise enjoys spending time with her family and exploring the outdoors. She is a firm believer in the power of play and encourages her patients to engage in activities that are not only fun but also promote development and growth.