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Fighting Words Becoming Autism Friendly!

  Fighting Words is a creative writing centre established by Roddy Doyle and Sean Love. Fighting Words helps students of all ages to develop their writing skills and to explore their love of writing. Their activities range from story-telling workshops for primary and secondary school students to summer camps for children and teenagers on topics …

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A First For Ireland With Clonakilty Becoming Ireland’s First Autism Friendly Town

SuperValu and AsIAm partner with the entire community of Clonakilty to secure full Autism Friendly accreditation AsIAm and SuperValu, alongside local retailers Eugene and Catriona Scally of Scally’s SuperValu, Clonakilty is proud to announce that Clonakilty has officially been designated with an Autism Friendly status by AsIAm. This is a first for Ireland and marks …

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Stephen Shore Visits AsIAm and DCU

Last week AsIAm was honoured to welcome Dr. Stephen Shore, noted autistic academic and speaker, to Dublin City. Stephen is a professor at Adelphi University, NY, and was our keynote speaker at Conference 2017. In addition to working with children and speaking about life on the autism spectrum, Stephen is internationally renowned for presentations, consultations and …

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The Clonakilty Commitment – Training Week!

The town of Clonakilty in Co. Cork has undertaken a commitment to become fully Autism Friendly – a first for anywhere in Ireland. Over the last four months the AsIAm team have been working with the entire community to achieve official Autism Friendly Accreditation, kindly supported by SuperValu. To do this the town as a …

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