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APSN Education Services Ltd

Address: 900 New Upper Changi Road, Singapore 467354
Phone: 65 6479 6252
Email: enquiry@apsn.org.sg

APSN Chaoyang School

Address: 10 Ang Mo Kio Street 54 Singapore 569184
Phone: 65 6456 6922
Email: cys@apsn.org.sg

APSN Katong School

Address: 900 New Upper Changi Road Singapore 467354
Phone: 65 6445 8027
Email: ks@apsn.org.sg

APSN Tanglin School

Address: 143 Alexandra Road Singapore 159924
Phone: 65 6475 1511
Email: ts@apsn.org.sg

APSN Delta Senior School

Address: 3 Choa Chu Kang Grove Singapore 688237
Phone: 65 6276 3818
Email: dss@apsn.org.sg

APSN Ltd

Address: 11 Jalan Ubi Block 2 #02-12 Singapore 409074
Phone: 65 6479 6252
Email: enquiry@apsn.org.sg

APSN Centre For Adults

Address: 11 Jalan Ubi Block 4, #01-31 Singapore 409074
Phone: 65 6346 2425
Email: cfa@apsn.org.sg

APSN Student Care Centre

Address: 10 Ang Mo Kio Street 54 Singapore 569184
Phone: 65 6637 9812
Email: scc@apsn.org.sg

APSN Carnival 2016

3 Sep 2016

APSN Carnival 2016

In conjunction with the Association for Persons with Specials Needs’ (APSN) 40th Anniversary celebration, the Association organised the highly anticipated APSN Carnival 2016. With the strong support from the community and partners, we managed to successfully raise more than a quarter of a million dollars which will be used to improve the training and educational programs for our beneficiaries.

APSN is exploring training programs from different industries such as Logistics and Technology for our clients. In the pipeline for 2017, we hope to establish entrepreneurship programs in APSN Centre for Adults. APSN will also be looking into staff training and development to ensure that our staff is constantly upgraded and upskilled for both training and teaching as well as industry knowledge and skill.

Despite the hot weather, thousands came with family and friends in support of the Carnival which hopes to bring the community closer together and increasing the awareness for the APSN cause.

Many are not familiar with the special needs sector, nor aware on how to better engage with special needs individuals. While we aspire to be an inclusive society, many Singaporeans are merely tolerant and co-existed without clear ideas on how to integrate with them socially. With such events, this gives APSN the opportunity to bridge the gap as the Thought Leader and Advocate for the special needs sectors.

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