With the warmer weather, many of us are spending more time outdoors. It’s important to be informed and protect yourself and your family against tick bites and Lyme disease. See the attached and visit https://novascotia.ca/dhw/CDPC/lyme.asp.
Esri Canada Student Story Map Competition 2018 A digital mapping competition open to students from Grades 6-12 Esri Canada invites students to share a personal story or study a phenomenon within their community, the province or within Canada and share their findings in an ArcGIS Story Map. Interested students should talk to their teacher to […]
Today, Zach Churchill, Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development announced inclusive education supports for students across Nova Scotia in response to the Students First report. These supports will help more students receive the supports they need to reach higher levels of achievement and well-being. To view the impact on the South Shore Regional Centre […]
Mother and board member of Autism Nova Scotia, Ally Garber has written an honest and eloquent article that gives us a glimpse into the lives of people living with autism from a place of awareness with a goal of moving towards acceptance. We appreciate and thank Ally for showing us a glimpse of her reality […]
Hinchinbrook Farm is holding a sensory camp for autistic families on July 6, 7 and 8, 2018. The camp is free and open to families with child(ren) on the autism spectrum who have NOT experienced the Horse Boy Methods™ at play dates or camps previously. For more information, see the information poster and application form below. Application […]