OSNS collaborates with other agencies providing services to young children and youth in the South Okanagan. 

Interior Health Speech-Language Pathology Services

OSNS shares a community wait list for SLP services with Interior Health. Regular meetings are held to best assign referred children among available SLP's and maximize both individual and group services.

Penticton Indian Band

OSNS provides early intervention and family support services to Little Paws Preschool, Outma Sqilx'w Cultural School and through home-based and centre based visits. We partner services with Aboriginal Infant Development Program.

School District 67

OSNS actively partners with the school district t transitions for children with autism and other developmental needs. We share information so that we can determine the best course of action to ensure smooth and successful transitions.

Public Health Nursing (PHN) - Interior Health

PHNs provide individual child health care plans and are included as a team member for developmental services of children with complex health care needs. They help the family and team with goal setting around complex child's health care needs. PHN is aware of vulnerable families and makes referrals to OSNS therapy services. 

Local Paediatricians 

Paediatricians attend the OSNS on a rotating basis to review common families. They provide consultation, attend team meetings, make referrals for early intervention services and provide in-service education on medical topics. 

OneSky

OSNS developmental team provides support and training to OneSky Supported Child Development Program (SCDP). We work together to set goals and determine how to best work with children who have complex needs in community child care programs.

Boys and Girls Club

OSNS supports the consultants of the Boys and Girls Club Infant Development Program through consultation about individual children helping to set appropriate goals and training activities to meet those goals. 

Ministry of Children & Family Development

OSNS developmental team provides support and training to OneSky Supported Child Development Program (SCDP). We work together to set goals and determine how to best work with children who have complex needs in community child care programs.

Interior Health Child Assessment Network - ICHAN

OSNS provides assessment for children with the query of autism in the South Okanagan.

Address:

103-550 Carmi Ave

Penticton, BC

V2A 3G6

Phone:

250-492-0295

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