We are excited to announce a new monthly competition on AsIAm.ie! Every month we will ask users to give us their views and experiences on a specific topic relevant to Autism and one lucky winner will walk away with a prize!

By participating you will have your voice heard and help to direct our advocacy work! You will also be added to our mailing list so that we can keep you up to date on aspects of our work which may interest you.

ellen book picThis month we want to know about your experiences of the Irish education system, whether you are a person with Autism or a parent/family member. The below survey is quick and easy to complete and your name or personal details will not be published in anyway, shape or form.

This competition is open until 5pm on Wednesday 14th September and one lucky winner will receive a copy of leading autism advocates’, Ellen Notbohm and  Veronica Zysk, book “1001 Great Ideas for Teaching and Raising Children with Autism or Asperger’s”. This book is a really great resource for any member of the Autism community. You can find out more about Ellen here and more about the book here

September Competition: Your thoughts on Education

  • While many people in our community are both self-advocates and parents we need you to select one option for the purpose of answering this short questionnaire.
  • Here you can share your most positive experience of the education system - it might be a particular support you received, a particular teacher or school which made a special effort or a favourite moment or memory. Please keep your answers brief. This section is optional.
  • Here is where you can be creative! What is that one thing which you think could make all the difference for students with Autism in school. Try to keep your answers brief. This section is optional.

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