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Presenter in front of meeting room with presentation
October 9, 2019
Interpreter Workshop – August 2019

The annual Interpreter Workshop was held in August where Dr. Michella Maiorana-Basas presented on the Radical Middle, and there was a cultural responsiveness session with Dr. Kevin Stewart.

Staff presenting at conference
May 28, 2019
2019 National Conference for Second Language Educators

Staff presented an information session on newcomer students learning English who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Retiring staff members
May 9, 2019
Annual Retirement Reception

The annual retirement reception to honour staff with upcoming retirements and those celebrating 25 years of service.

Happy kids outside laughing during Deaf Camp
April 26, 2019
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Camp

A camp for kids who are deaf or hard of hearing happening August 4-9, 2019.

Jeffrey signing the letter W
April 26, 2019
Learning to Sign

Try learning some sign language with tenth grader Jeffrey.

Kids playing at the Library
April 18, 2019
Family Support Group in New Glasgow

A Family Support Group was recently organized for families with children who are Deaf or hard of hearing and held at New Glasgow Regional Library.

Glenda Parsons, Heather Conrad serving Pancake Breakfast.
March 14, 2019
Pancake Breakfast to Support the APSEA Auxiliary

This is a fun (and flavourful!) event where members of the Senior Leadership Team serve a delicious pancake breakfast to staff who purchase a fundraising ticket

Lisa Doucet with Katie Powe, Relationship & Development Officer with the United Way Halifax.
March 14, 2019
APSEA Supports Tampon Tuesday

APSEA supported a unique campaign organized by the United Way Halifax called Tampon Tuesday.

Hayden with coaches and guide, Anneliese Surmann
February 27, 2019
Skiing to Victory

As an athlete with the Ontario Para Alpine Team, Hayden Denouden competed in his first big race in February. Hayden won the bronze medal in both the Slalom and Giant Slalom events, competing against skiers with varying disabilities.

A person is demonstrating accessible video game equipment
February 27, 2019
Game Changers Project

Able gaming can improve mental health, cognitive growth and physical ability. Many users can benefit from accessible video gaming equipment as an integral part of rehabilitation therapy.







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