Meet our Team Jacklynn LangkildeJacklynn qualified in 2006 from the University of Pretoria. She started Sensory Matters with Jacqui Jorge in 2008. She completed her Masters degree specialising in paediatrics in 2015. Jacklynn has also completed further training in Sensory Integration, MAES, SOS as well as short courses on the topics of Therapeutic Listening, DIR, Little Steps Training, Makaton and Play therapy. She is the mother of two little girls who keep her passion for early intervention and appropriate development alive. Jacqui JorgeJacqui completed her studies in 2005 at the University of Pretoria and her Masters degree in 2012 at WITS, which included her Sensory Integration Training. She has also completed her training Neurodevelopmental Therapy and Advanced training in the same field, and is also trained in SOS feeding. In addition, she has attended many short courses on various topics such as SI in infants, DIR, therapeutic listening, Makaton, Hands on Autism and CVI Range. Jacqui has a passion for training and educating colleagues, parents and teachers on topics relating to childhood development. She is the mother of 2 quickly-growing girls, one of which has sensory processing sensitivities, who have taught her so much! Marianne RawMarianne qualified in 1991 from the University of Pretoria and has spent her whole career working with children. In 1996 Marianne started her own practise in Middleburg. Marianne is trained in Sensory Integration, NDT and MAES. Marianne started working at Sensory Matters in 2013. She has a special interest in babies, children with behaviour and sensory challenges as well as children with disabilities. Bronwyn CarterBronwyn completed her community service year in 2017 and started working at Sensory Matters in 2018 on a locum basis. Bronwyn is in her second year of completing her Masters degree through WITS and is also in the process of completing her Ayers Sensory Integration qualification (ASI). Bronwyn is passionate about enabling children and their families to reach their full potential through meaningful engagement in every day activities. Natalie ReynoldsNatalie has been at Sensory Matters since 2017. She has in the final stage of completing her Ayers Sensory Integration (ASI) qualification and has a special interest in paediatrics. Natalie also has a special interest in CVI (Cerebral Visual Impairment) and has also completed further training in this area. Natalie is part of the team heading a CVI based clinic called VisuoMatterz www.redshift.site/visuomatterz. She has also attended other courses such as Makaton. Natalie enjoys working with children with a variety of challenges. Priscila RautenbachPriscila has worked at Sensory Matters since 2017. She enjoys working with children of all ages and has a particular interest in children with sensory integration difficulties and neurodevelopmental difficulties. Priscila is in the process of completing her Ayers Sensory Integration (ASI) qualification and is also trained in the SOS approach to feeding, with a special interest in this area. A feeding clinic called FeedingMatterz has been started to assist children with these difficulties. Priscila has also attended short courses in DIR, Makaton and the introduction to NDT. Priscila has recently joined parenthood and is the proud mother of a baby girl. Jenna WrenchJenna joined Sensory Matters in 2018. She is currently in the process of completing her Ayers Sensory Integration (ASI) qualification through SAISI. Jenna has a passion for children and helping them have fun and better cope with everyday challenges. Jenna has attended short courses in areas such as Makaton. Keila Kalil-ZackeyKeila qualified in 2018 from the University of Pretoria. She completed her community service year at Tambo Memorial Hospital in 2019. She is the newest member of the Sensory Matters team. Keila is passionate about working with children and plans to pursue her career in the paediatric field of OT. She is in the process of embarking on her journey of obtaining her Ayers Sensory Integration (ASI) qualification.