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Echo’s Bones Call For Participants Aged 15-21

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 of autistic young people in North Dublin. Their starting point will be to respond to short stories by Samuel Beckett, …

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What I (Don’t) Know About Autism: An Autistic Review

After all our press on Jody O’Neill’s play, we couldn’t wait to see the play ourselves. Our Vice-CEO Fiona Ferris came as part of the Q&A at the end, whereas myself and policy officer Gaibhinn attended in the audience. Unlike other articles this is more of an opinion piece. Before working at AsIAm I wrote …

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National Gallery of Ireland Becoming Autism Friendly

Last week the National Gallery of Ireland became the first cultural institution in Ireland to receive Autism Friendly status. We sat down with Caomhán Mac Con Iomaire and Brina Casey of the Gallery’s Access team to discuss this momentous occasion. What motivated you to seek Autism Friendly status? (Caomhán) Accreditation is about accessibility and making …

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