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AsIAm & Rethink Ireland Partner to Support 3rd Level Autistic Students

    Project develops quality online resources to help autistic students transition smoothly into third-level   A programme supporting young autistic students entering third level education for the first time has received €50,000 in funding from Rethink Ireland, the state-funded body which supports innovative charities, social enterprises, and community organisation.   The funding has been …

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NCI Reaching Autism Friendly University Status This Month!

We’re currently  currently working towards Autism-Friendly Status with National College of Ireland! Having seen great success in our pilot scheme with DCU, AsIAm is committed to making universities across Ireland autism friendly.  This initiative means celebrating students and staff on the autism spectrum and providing a learning environment to help all students and staff to …

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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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