Ms Inge Sonn (BSc. Occupational Therapy, M Occupational Therapy) is a qualified Occupational Therapist and currently a researcher specializing in Early Childhood Development (ECD) and community at the University of the Western Cape. She has held the position as a lecturer in paediatric Occupational therapy and community development (2008 -2018) at the Occupational Therapy Department at the University of the Western Cape. She has obtained her master’s degree (M.OT) at the University of Stellenbosch specializing in pediatrics. Subsequently, she is a consultant on the Early Learning Outcomes Measure, which is a South African pre-school child assessment tool. Ms Inge Sonn’s research focus is to understand and develop best practice and evidence-based guidelines for parents and caregivers through play to facilitate all areas of early child development within an African context, as reflected in her PhD topic: Developing guidelines for parents to implement developmental play during parent-child play interaction in the first 1000 days of life. She has published articles in ECD and community development fieldwork and has presented at national and international conferences.

Inge Sonn University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa

Ms Inge Sonn (BSc. Occupational Therapy, M Occupational Therapy) is a qualified Occupational Therapist and currently a researcher specializing in Early Childhood Development (ECD) and community at the University of the Western Cape. She has held the position as a lecturer in paediatric Occupational therapy and community development (2008 -2018) at the Occupational Therapy Department at the University of the Western Cape. She has obtained her master’s degree (M.OT) at the University of Stellenbosch specializing in pediatrics. Subsequently, she is a consultant on the Early Learning Outcomes Measure, which is a South African pre-school child assessment tool. Ms Inge Sonn’s research focus is to understand and develop best practice and evidence-based guidelines for parents and caregivers through play to facilitate all areas of early child development within an African context, as reflected in her PhD topic: Developing guidelines for parents to implement developmental play during parent-child play interaction in the first 1000 days of life. She has published articles in ECD and community development fieldwork and has presented at national and international conferences.

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