Our APSN Journey
APSN has benefitted over 5,000 alumni members and beneficiaries across its four schools and Centre for Adults, serving more than 1,200 students and trainees each year. They are supported by more than 400 full time staff, including trained educators, instructors,..Read More
APSN’s first sheltered enterprise, the APSN Mystical Café for All, opened its doors to the public on Valentine’s Day. APSN hosted President Halimah Yacob at the APSN Centre for Adults (CFA) on 15th September 2017. This was her first public..Read More
The word “Special” was removed from the names of all APSN schools.
With the move of Katong Special School to La Salle Road, the Vocational Training Centre moved back to Arthur Road and was renamed Arthur Road Training Centre (ARTC), catering to students above 16 years old.
The seeds of APSN were first sowed in 1970 when several parents realised that their children with an IQ range of 50 to 70 needed a curriculum that was better suited to children with mild intellectual disabilities. The Association for..Read More