Welcome to APSEA Connect, our resource for families, school teams, APSEA staff, and community partners. We commit to offering robust programs and resources that are culturally and linguistically responsive, inclusive, equitable, and accessible.
Join us for in-person and online opportunities that introduce you to professionals and community agencies, highlight resources available to learners, and support connections for families, children, and youth.
- ASL For Families
- ASL For School Staff - The Basics
- ASL Storytime
Every second Wednesday starting January 17, 2024
From 7 to 8 p.m.
- Deaf Awareness: Coffee Conversations
APSEA Online Programs for Children and Youth who are Blind or Visually Impaired and/or Deaf or Hard of Hearing
APSEA’s Online Programs are designed to provide students with opportunities to meet and connect virtually with peers, as well as benefit from accessing the expertise of a diverse group of APSEA specialists and educators. Each program offered is unique in targeting concepts whilst encouraging thoughtful dialogue and relevant learning in an online environment to support and enrich real life experiences and experiential learning.
We strive to offer programs that are inclusive, culturally and linguistically responsive, and accessible for students across all Atlantic Canada.
If you think APSEA Online Programs would be beneficial for your child or student, please contact their itinerant teacher to register.