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Ireland’s Autism Charity welcomes publication of priorities for action by Minister for Special Education

  Plan provides an important roadmap which now must be backed up with targets, investment and action   Thursday 24th September AsIAm, Ireland’s National Autism Charity, has welcomed the publication today of priorities for action to reform special education provision in Ireland. The priorities, published by Minister Josepha Madigan TD, Minister for Special Education and …

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Autism ID Card Announcement

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Autism ID Cards Update: Applications for Autism ID Cards will open on 31st July. Design has been finalised and the template can be seen below. Applicants will need a passport standard photograph and evidence of diagnosis.  AsIAm, Ireland’s National Autism Charity, is pleased to announce that we will shortly begin issuing Autism ID cards to …

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AsIAm to Join Enough Is Enough Protest on Lack of School Places for Autistic Students at Leinster House

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In light of the recent publication of our Invisible Children report on School Absence and Withdrawal among autistic children in Ireland, and the lack of engagement from the Department of Education and Skills on this matter and on barriers to education for autistic students, we are excited to support the Enough is Enough – Every …

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Majority of Irish Support Autistic People in Jobs, Schools and the Community, but Don’t Understand Autism Well, survey finds

Irish people show strong positive support for autistic people in schools, employment and society generally but concede that their level of knowledge of the condition is inadequate, according to new research commissioned by AsIAm for World Autism Month 2019. The survey was carried out nationwide last month by Coyne Research among a representative sample of …

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Resource Pack for Primary and Secondary Schools 2019

Calling all schools, teachers, and educators! April is World Autism Month, and we have developed an online Resource Pack for Primary and Secondary Schools to use, to increase acceptance and understanding of autism in the school community. The pack includes resources such as videos, worksheets, posters, and activities for your class and school. If you …

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SuperValu and AsIAm Inclusive Communities Award

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AsIAm and SuperValu have a strong partnership in supporting communities to become autism-friendly. Our partnership has seen the roll-out of Autism-Friendly Shopping in over 100 SuperValu stores across Ireland and the development of the Autism-Friendly Town Initiative. We believe communities that are fully accessible for autistic people are stronger, more sustainable places to live. We …

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Free SuperValu Home Delivery to the Autism Community for April!

AsIAm are delighted to partner with SuperValu, the first food retailer in Ireland to introduce Autism Friendly Shopping evenings, to launch a new initiative for April to make shopping easier and more inclusive for the autism community. AsIAm and SuperValu are continuously working on making shopping Autism Friendly and creating more inclusive communities, through projects …

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Noel Ward and Michael McEnery’s April Ultra-Marathon in aid of AsIAm!

Autism Awareness Month is coming up soon in April, and two men are planning to give it their all to raise funds for AsIAm. Noel Ward and Michael McEnery will run 50 kilometres per day for 30 consecutive days across Ireland! They are accepting donations on their iDonate page here, and the funds collected will go …

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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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