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Autism in Education: An Atlantic Partnership

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April 1, 2020
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Autism In Education: An Atlantic Partnership emerged from a belief on the part of the Deputy Ministers of Education and Early Childhood Development of New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island along with the Atlantic Provinces Special Education Authority (APSEA) that the partner provinces could benefit from a collaborative relationship in the provision of services to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

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Information Papers
Les documents d’information

Reviews and summaries of the research on issues related to practice that are common across the Atlantic Provinces.

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Webinars & Presentations
Offering a series of recorded and archived professional learning presentations from local and international experts.

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Research & Learning
A number of professional organizations and agencies provide accurate and current information related to evidence based practice for ASD.


Networking Opportunities
Are you a professional, student, or stakeholder interested in Applied Behaviour Analysis in Atlantic Canada? Check out the Atlantic Provinces Association for Behaviour Analysis (APABA), an Affiliated Chapter of the Association for Behaviour Analysis International (ABAI). Network with like-minded colleagues and take advantage of continuing education opportunities.

Great Podcast for Behavioral Observatons
Are you looking for a great source of easy-to-understand information and practical strategies to help you in your daily work with learners of all ages? The Behavioral Observations Podcast should be your next stop! Take a few minutes to check out Matt Cicoria's conversations with experts in the field of ABA!

Introducing AIE's New Research Snapshots
AIE wants to make research more accessible! Check out our new "Research Snapshots" - reader-friendly summaries of AIE Information Papers. The first Research Snapshot, "Sorting Through the Science: Making Sense of Evidence-Based Practice" is now available in English and French, along with an updated Evidence-Based Practice Information Paper.


This inter-provincial collaboration enables the sharing of best practice, professional development, training, and resources that will help ensure each province operates at the highest, leading edge standard.

For additional information about the Autism in Education Partnership, please contact:

Shelley McLean
Autism in Education Partnership Coordinator
Atlantic Provinces Special Education Authority (APSEA)

5940 South Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3H 1S6

Phone: 902-423-8418
Fax: 902-423-8700
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