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In order for society to fully include autistic people, it is necessary to mainstream knowledge of the condition. A peer in school may need to know how to effectively communicate with an autistic person whilst a doctor may need to understand how to effectively treat a patient who is on the autism spectrum. We provide a suite of training targeting a wide array of people and professionals. All businesses and public services in Ireland are required under the Disability Act to be accessible for people with disabilities however often organisations struggle to meet the access needs of autistic people due to a lack of information on what is involved. Our organisation has supported businesses, public services and communities in becoming autism-friendly through our bespoke autism accreditation.    

Autism Accreditation

Autism-Friendly Accreditation In recent years, AsIAm is seeing a growing number of organisations, businesses and communities strive to become more “autism-friendly” by either making adjustments

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Online Training

  Part of AsIAm’s work of being Ireland’s National Autism Charity is to provide online training for businesses, employers and public sector organisations across the

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AsIAm School Workshops

School Workshops  ‘Within the child lies the fate of the future.’ – Dr. Maria Montessori Education is central to the work of AsIAm. Below are

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Autism-Friendly Communities

Autism Friendly Communities Committee Login The Autism Friendly Town initiative follows a series of principles aimed at fostering autism inclusion and empowerment in local communities.

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Secondary School Workshops

The AsIAm.ie Secondary School Workshops see our school speakers visit secondary school across Ireland and providing a workshop to students, in order to help them

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Autism Experience Exhibition

AsIAm has delivered “The Autism Experience” Exhibition, as part of our work to build an autism-aware Ireland, supported by the Department of Justice & Equality,

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