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Welcome Back
September 7, 2022
Welcome Back Letter to Families

We are looking forward to another great year of learning and success and to working with your children this year.


Young students in a classroom with their hands raised waiting to be called on by the teacher at the head at the classroom.
July 5, 2022
Report on the Review of the Service Delivery Model
Executive Summary

APSEA engaged the services of Marian Fushell and Bob Gardiner (“the reviewers”) to conduct a review of its Service Delivery Model.


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June 28, 2022
2022 Year End Message to Families

As another school year quickly comes to an end, thank you all for the support that you have given to APSEA over this last year.


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June 23, 2022
APSEA Service Delivery Model Review Report

This report presents the results of a review of APSEA’s Service Delivery Model.


May 6, 2022
APSEA Nova Scotia Education Week winners

This year’s theme Cultural Responsiveness- Meeting students where they are is how we prioritize ensuring everyone in our school communities feels a sense of belonging. We thank our four honourees for leading the way and integrating cultural responsiveness into their daily work.


Update
February 9, 2022
Update on Practices at the APSEA Centre

Changes for visitors to the APSEA Centre and updates to our automated telephone options.


APSEA Update
June 16, 2022
APSEA New Temporary Roadway

A temporary roadway has been constructed with the new entrance located just down the street (towards the Halifax harbour) from the current road.


Laptop on table showing icons for learning
September 10, 2021
Virtual Learning Series

An exciting learning initiative designed to provide enriched programming for students.


Snowman in winter wearing a blue hat, scarf and mittens. He is holding a broom made of stick in one hand and waving with the other hand.
November 26, 2021
Winter 2022 Virtual Learning Series

Registration for upcoming Winter 2022 APSEA Virtual Learning Series programming is open now until December 6th. Please contact your APSEA Itinerant Teacher to register.


Man Using Sign Language To Communicate
October 25, 2021
Family Focused Sign Language Weekend Session

Come Join Us to Learn Sign Language For Your Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children!


Welcome Back to School
September 8, 2021
Welcome Back to School

Schools in all our communities are ready to welcome students and are keeping the physical and emotional health of learners a top priority.


Letter to Families
June 28, 2021
Letter to Families of Children/Students
on the APSEA Caseload

Throughout this school year, we continued to face pandemic-related changes and challenges at varying degrees in education across Atlantic Canada. We want to commend the students, families, staff, and school communities for navigating this challenging time.


Braille Challenge
May 7, 2021
Braille Challenge

Inspiring local blind and visually impaired youth participate in a Braille Literacy Competition.


Debit card being used on a debit machine
March 5, 2021
APSEA Now Accepts Credit and Debit Card Payments!

To increase accessibility and assist families who are purchasing Audiology goods, APSEA is now accepting payments by credit and debit card.

Transactions can be made in person and, for those paying by credit card (e.g., VISA, MasterCard) payments can also be accepted over the phone.

This allows more families, including those outside of the Halifax area, to use payment methods that work for them!


APSEA Update
August 14, 2020
Letter to Families of Children/Students
on the APSEA Caseload

We will continue to work with families, early learning and school teams to ensure supports and services are delivered following expectations and standards for the safe operation of provincial services during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Happy Retirement
June 20, 2020
Happy Retirement!

Congratulations to our retirees and 25 year certificate staff.


APSEA News
June 18, 2020
Letter to Families of Children/Students
on the APSEA Caseload

As our At-Home Learning for the school year comes to an end across Atlantic Canada, I want to thank you for your cooperation and support over the past few months.


Update
April 8, 2020
COVID-19 Update for Families of Children and Youth
on the APSEA Caseload

Enabling children and youth to receive supports and services to continue learning at home is a priority for us, and APSEA staff are working on home learning plans to align with and support the plans in the respective provinces.


Update
March 26, 2020
COVID-19 Update for Families of Children and Youth
on the APSEA Caseload

As public schools in the Atlantic Provinces are currently closed, APSEA staff continue to work with our education teams in our respective provinces to ensure we are aligning our work with the planning for home learning resources and timelines in each of the Atlantic Provinces.


a hand of playing cards
March 11, 2020
Bridge/Card/Luncheon Social - CANCELLED

Come and have a light lunch and play Bridge, Crib or any card game. Door Prizes and Goody Basket Raffle.



Students enjoying pancakes during breakfast
February 25, 2020
Annual Pancake Day Breakfast

In support of the APSEA Auxiliary


Documents and unfilled forms on a table with a pen and logo for Independent Living Nova Scotia
February 10, 2020
Making Connections Program on February 26, 2020

Would you like to learn more about Canada’s Disability Tax Credit and Registered Disability Savings Plan? RSVP Now.


Staff demonstrating with an iPad
January 17, 2020
MSVU Students Learn About Technology in Education

APSEA recently hosted two classes of Bachelor of Education students from Mount Saint Vincent as part of the students Technology in Education class.


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