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LINK@OSNS is pleased to again be offering summer socialization sessions for students ages 8-10 and 11-13

Guided by clinical leaders, LINK will offer support and space for kids to come together for social interaction and personal connection.  LINK will provide a space for creating friendships built around the interests and ideas of the group 

This project has been developed for students with autism and others who could benefit from social communication support

Students will meet once a week (Tuesday or Thursday) from 1:30 - 3:30 pm to share interests, participate in social activities or just hang out

was cooperatively created by Occupational Therapy, Speech Language Pathology and  Behaviour Specialist

1:30 - 3:30 pm PST

Thursday, July 21, July 28, August 4, August 11 + August 18

$850.00 per 5-session series

This is a fee-for-service program that accepts autism funding through the Request to Pay form (RTP) or direct pay by July 8.2022

Register early - limited spaces available

Once you express interest and have filled out the Registration Form, a LINK program facilitator will contact you to

gather additional information, provide more detail about the program and assist with payment set up

Program Dates

How To Register

Students 8 - 10 yrs

Students 11 - 13 yrs


1:30 - 3:30 pm PST

Tuesday - July 19, July 26, August 2, August 9 + August 16

Activity Hubs Include

  • Board Games / games

  • Cooking / eating 

  • Music and art

  • Outdoor activities

  • Other activities decided by students

Participants will

  • Practise social negotiation skills

  • Practise relationship building skills

  • Meet new people

  • Have activity choices

  • Have a space to comfortably hang out with peers

The Space

LINK@OSNS is located at OSNS Child & Youth Development Centre.  It has indoor and outdoor areas that meet varied needs including adjustable lighting, a low key sensory space, hammocks, kitchen, soft couches and a large projector screen.  There is a designated outside entrance for youth to the LINK@OSNS space