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Social Story: COVID-19 “Lockdown”

by - 28 March, 2020

in COVID-19, Featured News

AsIAm, Ireland's National Autism Charity, has been working in close partnership with SuperValu to support the autism community through the uncertain, anxious times of the COVID-19 outbreak. In response to last nigh...

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SURVEY: How can AsIAm help during COVID-19?

AsIAm has been working to support Ireland's autism community throughout the COVID-19 emergency. Over the past several weeks, we have set up an online COVID-19 Hub, containing support materials and a webinar to help...

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Maintaining Calmness about COVID-19/Coronavirus in the Autism Community

by - 14 March, 2020

in Featured News, Healthcare

Michael Ryan – Counsellor/Psychotherapist While we cannot control the spread of this virus in the wider community – all each of us can do is to control how we choose to react to the situation. You only need only cont...

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General Election Manifesto: Happier, Healthier, Longer Lives

by - 24 January, 2020

in Featured News

The national autism charity and advocacy group AsIAm is calling on every candidate running in the 2020 General Election to promote autistic people’s rights and to make disability issues a key priority for the next Gov...

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Apps to support you during COVID-19

by - 29 May, 2020

in COVID-19

COVID-19 has made it even more difficult for autistic people to socialise with friends and keep connected without breaking the rules. With no school, many jobs altered massively, and few spaces open to congregate in, ...

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Echo’s Bones Call For Participants Aged 15-21

by - 27 May, 2020

in Art, Arts and Culture, Sensory

Are you an autistic young person aged 15-21 living in north Dublin and interested in creative writing, acting, or filmmaking? Echo’s Bones is an ambitious, collaborative project to produce a short film with a group...

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Tiktok #Autismchallenge causes widespread controversy

by - 14 May, 2020

in Featured News

Social media challenges are nothing new. They can be utilised to great effect such as the Movember or ALS Ice Bucket challenge. Indeed, AsIAm’s Fly For Autism challenge is a good example of this. However, there is dar...

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AsIAm’s Open Letter to the Party Leaders

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