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Therapeutic Integrated Pediatric Service (TIPS)
Therapeutic Integrated Pediatric Service (TIPS)

What is TIPS?  


The purpose of the Therapeutic Integrated Pediatric Services (TIPS) Program is to provide a specialized integrated service to children and families as close to home as possible.    


It uses a coordinated team approach for identifying developmental concerns in children from birth to school entry. A TIPS team may be composed of Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists, Early Childhood Psychologists, KidsFirst, Early Childhood Intervention Program/ Early Childhood Services, School Division, Public Health Nurses, and First Nation Services.    



TIPS services are available in the following communities and surrounding areas in northwest Saskatchewan:      


v     Meadow Lake  


v     Lloydminster  


v     North Battleford        


If you would like further information on the TIPS program, please contact:      


TIPS Coordinator  

Pediatric Therapy Services
Saskatchewan Health Authority
3rd Floor - Don Ross Centre
891 - 99 Street        

North Battleford, SK  S9A 0N8      

Phone: 306-446-5888       

Fax: 306-446-7316



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