Juliana Freeme is an occupational therapist and has been a lecturer at the University of the Witwatersrand since 2006. She obtained a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy in the field of Neurosciences in 2011. Her fields of experience and research are in paediactrics, paediatric neurology, adult neurology and neurological rehabilitation. As an occupational therapist, her mission in life is to help people find meaning and balance in their daily lives, despite disability, environmental barriers and injustices. She is also a passionate mentor of young students who are struggling to navigate themselves through life’s complicated obstacles, while trying to cope with studying and balancing all other demands of life. She is also a mother of four and six year old boys, and has had first-hand experience of the threat and danger of screen time and the effect of it on development in her young children.