Few things excite a new parent more than their child’s first words. And few things can stress a parent out as much as when those words don’t come when you think they ought to. There’s a wide range of “normal” when it comes to children and speech development, which can be reassuring or can leave […]
Greft biding dok but I don’t marp! You have just experienced a moment of aphasia — imagine what a whole day would be like. Aphasia is a language disorder that can occur after a stroke. Intelligence is unchanged, but the ability to understand and produce words and sentences is impaired. People with aphasia often know […]
Unionized workers at the Canadian Hearing Society have been out on the picket line now for just over a month.
APSSP is pleased to announce that the members of APSSP, as part of EWAO-ATEO, have ratified the Extension Agreement that was presented to our member in all 11 chapters over the past few weeks. This agreement will take effect upon passage of the School Board Collective Bargaining Amendment Act, which is expected to take place […]
As you know, the 450 front line staff at Peel CAS have been on strike for the past three weeks. Earlier this week, two members of our local APSSP executive (Nadia Kerr [VP Negotiations] and Janis Stewardson [VP Grievance/Member Issues]) attended the picket line to express solidarity and support and to make a donation on […]