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Being a True Friend by Rachael Donohoe

Here at AsIAm it’s important to us to champion the work of the autistic community. That’s why we are happy to announce that we are supporting the launch of a new picture book Being a True Friend written and illustrated by Rachael Donohoe. The book is aimed at children developing interpersonal skills and offers support in …

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Community Support – Autism in the Home, University College Cork, Cork

AsIAm is hosting twenty four Community Support Seminar talks around the country over the next twelve months. These events are for the autism community, on issues important to the community, informed by the community. All of these events will be free to attend, but places must be booked on our Eventbrite page (see below). All …

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Community Support – Autism and the Law, RCSI, Dublin

AsIAm is hosting twenty four Community Support Seminar talks around the country over the next twelve months. These events are for the autism community, on issues important to the community, informed by the community. All of these events will be free to attend, but places must be booked on our Eventbrite page (see below). All Community Support events …

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Community Support Survey 2018

We at AsIAm invite the autism community in Ireland to take part in our new Community Support Survey to help shape the agenda of our new Community Support events across the country in the coming year. Our new Community Support Officer, Michael O’Flanagan, is heading up a new initiative for our organisation. Over the next year …

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Meet Our New Community Support Officer!

Last month, we introduced you to our new Information Officer, Eleanor Walsh. Today, we would like you to meet Michael O’Flanagan, AsIAm’s first Community Support Officer. The role of Community Support Officer is a new one for our organisation. The Community Support Officer will assist members of the autism community, family members and professionals with …

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Meet Our New Information Officer!

AsIAm is delighted to welcome two new members of staff to our team this autumn! Michael O’Flanagan will join us next month as AsIAm’s first Community Support Officer. Following our own Gaibhin McGranaghan‘s move to the new role of Policy Officer, Eleanor Walsh is taking up the position of Information Officer this week. As Information Officer, …

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Exciting News: AsIAm YOUth Panel & Autism Awareness Campaign

AsIAm is delighted to announce that we have been awarded funding from the Department of Justice and Equality, under the Disability Awareness Grant Scheme 2015, to develop an Autism Awareness Campaign aimed at 15-22 year olds. The campaign will be designed and implemented over the next 5 months. The campaign will be delivered in partnership with …

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HELP NEEDED: Putting Autism on the Map – AsIAm Mapping of Autism Services

AsIAm.ie was founded to help to empower people and families affected by Autism, through arming the community wiht information and with a voice in Autism advocacy. As we have travelled around Ireland, meeting support groups and individuals, one thing which comes up again and again is the lack of knowledge in terms of what supports …

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NCSE SNA Allocations

The National Council for Special Education has published its SNA allocation for September 2014, on its website, today. Each school and county total allocations are available on the link below. Parents should contact their school or SENO to learn of their own child’s specific allocation. Nationally, there will be 194.72 new primary school SNA posts …

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