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Explainer: Budget 2021 and Autism

by - 16 October, 2020

in Explainer, Policy

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause a great deal of uncertainty in people’s lives and their livelihoods. Earlier his week, the Minister for Finance Paschal Donoghue TD and the Minister for Public Expen...

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Respite Care Study: Emma Cooke

by - 13 October, 2020

in Health, Healthcare, Uncategorized

Respite care is planned or emergency temporary care provided to caregivers of a child or adult. Emma Cooke, clarifies “Overall respite means short break. That can be anything from a few hours to a few days. Both the c...

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AsIAm Youth Theatre Ireland

by - 13 October, 2020

in Uncategorized

AsIAm are delighted to have had the opportunity to partner with Youth Theatre Ireland to create a resource book for their workshop facilitators; 'A Handbook for Youth Theatre Facilitators; Supporting Young People on t...

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AsIAm/Down Syndrome Ireland/Inclusion Ireland Educational Supports Survey

by - 12 October, 2020

in Uncategorized

AsIAm has collaborated with Down Syndrome Ireland and Inclusion Ireland to develop a survey aimed at gathering info about your child's experiences with SEN support since returning to school in September 2020. This inf...

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Explainer: Reduced Timetables

A reduced timetable is a method whereby the school will limit the amount of time a child is spending in school for a set period. It may be that the child only does half-days in school, goes to classes in the mornin...

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AsIAm are delighted to have had the opportunity to partner with Youth Theatre Ireland to create a re[...]

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by - 12 October, 2020

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Explainer: Reduced Timetables

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by - 30 September, 2020

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by - 24 September, 2020

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