Home > Archive :"Asperger’s Syndrome"

Asperger’s Syndrome

Our Week Online 20/10/19

Hello and welcome to our week online. Firstly, this time last week Minister Simon Harris announced a €2 million campaign to ensure that parents and children have information about services available about autism. This news prompted mixed reactions. Some reacted favourably, citing Harris’ action against ‘scam treatments.’ Others argued that awareness is insufficient, arguing that …

Our Week Online 20/10/19 Read More »

Robert Byrne’s Sensory Pod

Today we sit down with Robert Byrne, creator of the sensory pod. Adapting the capsule hotels commonly found in Asia, Byrne created a new piece of assistive technology. The pod is roghly the side of a sunbed and is an excellent resource for anyone with sensory needs. What led to the pod’s creation? Our main …

Robert Byrne’s Sensory Pod Read More »

Our Week Online – 24/3/2019

Welcome to Our Week Online. The countdown to April has begun, it’s a really important month for AsIAm – we’ll celebrate our fifth birthday! Oh, and it’s World Autism Month.  New information has been unearthed that possibly refutes allegations of Hans Asperger supporting and legitimizing Nazi policies.  For the Black Youth Project, Latonya Pennington writes …

Our Week Online – 24/3/2019 Read More »

Call Out: Complete Our Survey on Adult Autism Diagnosis


In partnership with Core Clinical, we invite autistic people with a formal adult diagnosis of autism/autism spectrum disorder/Asperger’s Syndrome to complete our new survey “Stress, distress, and mental illness: how can a new adult autism assessment and intervention service best support you?” Please take a few minutes to complete our survey and share. What’s it for? Core …

Call Out: Complete Our Survey on Adult Autism Diagnosis Read More »

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 …

Being a True Friend by Rachael Donohoe Read More »

Check out our Sensory Checklist Tool!

It’s Day 12 of #AsIAmChallenge and things have taken a big step up! Today we are challenging members of the public, businesses, schools and community organisations to conduct a sensory audit of their environment. Autistic people can experience environments in a different way to those who are not autistic – some people experience sensory overload …

Check out our Sensory Checklist Tool! Read More »