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What I (Don’t) Know About Autism: Matthew Ralli and Paula Mc Glinchy

What I (Don’t) Know About Autism, a play written by Jody O’Neill, will soon hit the stage. The play, directed by Dónal Gallagher, will contain a cast of autistic and neurotypical actors. Using a host of characters and storylines, the play aims to celebrate autistic identity and educate neurotypical audiences. In the lead up to …

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What I (Don’t) Know About Autism: Shay Croke and Jayson Murray

What I (Don’t) Know About Autism, a play written by Jody O’Neill, will soon hit the stage. The play, directed by Dónal Gallagher, will contain a cast of autistic and neurotypical actors. Using a host of characters and storylines, the play aims to celebrate autistic identity and educate neurotypical audiences. In the lead up to …

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What I (Don’t) Know About Autism: Eleanor Walsh Interview

What I (Don’t) Know About Autism, a play written by Jody O’Neill, will soon hit the stage. The play, directed by Dónal Gallagher, will contain a cast of autistic and neurotypical actors. Using a host of characters and storylines, the play aims to celebrate autistic identity and educate neurotypical audiences. In the lead up to …

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Adam Harris Appointed To HSE Programme Board

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AsIAm are pleased to announce that our Chief Executive Officer Adam Harris, will be joining the HSE Autism Programme Board at its next meeting on Monday 20th January. We have long sought for autistic voices and those of their families’ to be represented on the Board. AsIAm has been proactively campaigning for an Autism Empowerment …

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Reasonable Accommodations in the Workplace: Adrian Carroll

Reasonable Accommodations in the Workplace When autistic people apply for jobs, a number of fears are present. Firstly, that having a condition like autism imposes a barrier to them in finding work. Secondly that there are further difficulties if they want to do their job to the same standard as their colleagues. These colleagues may …

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Hannah Gadsby, Gender and Autism

On June 20th of last year, Hannah Gadsby’s show, Nanette, debuted on Netflix. Since then, the comic’s life has been permanently altered. The special delved into the powerful and often painful topics of homophobia, sexual assault and comedy’s relationship with trauma. Her new show, Douglas, discusses her autism diagnosis alongside a host of other topics. …

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Community Support Events- Autism and Access to Healthcare

AsIAm in association with SuperValu recently hosted its latest community support seminar in Skerries. This seminar focused on the topic of Autism & Access to Healthcare. Our two presenters on the evening were Dr Mary Doherty and Dr Caoimhin Mac Giolla Phadraig. Our first speaker, Dr Mary Doherty, MB BCh NUI FCARCSI,  is a Consultant …

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AsIAm #alliscalm Christmas Cards

The #alliscalm Christmas Card To help raise funds for our Christmas campaign, we’ve produced these lovely cards which will be available for purchase in packs of 10 at our #alliscalm Coffee Mornings. But these cards don’t just look great on someone’s mantelpiece, they also contain some helpful tips for making Christmas more autism-friendly. The cards …

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