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Our Week Online – 10/3/2019

Hello, and welcome to Our Week Online. This week we celebrated Pancake Tuesday, World Book Day, and International Women’s Day. Tomorrow’s Monday, but we’re going to do our best to celebrate that too. In the UK, the Driving and Vehicle Licensing Agency have U-turned on their decision to force autistic licensed drivers to disclose their …

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Our Week Online – 3/3/2019

Welcome to Our Week Online – because these days, media is all about the signal boost. In the UK, research has found that 1 in 5 women presenting to UK anorexia clinics may be autistic and tailored therapies and treatments for autistic patients should be implemented, says Autistica. Research from Australia has found that injuries …

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Our Week Online – 24/2/2019

Welcome to Our Week Online. Did anyone else struggle with knowing what to wear in the sudden warm weather this week? We are entering a season of change and transitions (Spring, it’s Spring), and if you’re going through any changes in your own life, take care of yourself. And maybe don’t put away your coats …

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Our Week Online – 27/1/2019

It’s 2019, and welcome to Our Week Online. How are you doing with your New Year’s Resolutions? If you resolved to keep up with news about autism and disability from Ireland and around the world, then we’re happy to help! If you resolved to spend less time online, buy a newspaper (preferably one that published …

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Our Week Online – 28/10/2018

It’s Sunday, Halloween is almost here, Ireland is (hopefully) done with voting for the year, and tomorrow’s a Bank Holiday Monday. Lovely. Welcome to Our Week Online. This week it was announced that three schools in Co. Dublin would close immediately due to building defects following inspections from the Department of Education, with a further …

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Laragh Smith: My Experience of an Inclusive Community

The theme of this year’s National Autism Conference is “Building Inclusive Communities”. Laragh, a young autistic woman and member of our outgoing Youth Leadership Team, has written about an inclusive, welcoming, and warm community in her life. Hi – My name is Laragh, I am 23 and I am on the autistic spectrum. I would …

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Mia Duffy: New Start at College

Starting college is a huge change for everyone. The transition, from the application to accepting an offer, is both exciting and nerve-wrecking at the same time. It’s important to know what supports and strategies are in place, but it’s equally crucial that people know how an autistic individual may feel throughout this whole process. Mia …

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Laura Gleasure: Am I Autistic?

Autism is often thought of as an ‘invisible’ difference in people living with it. Many of its key traits aren’t always obvious in daily life, making it difficult to spot for friends, colleagues and even family members. Equally, thinking in rigid definitions of autism can limit our understanding of what is a complex condition. Laura …

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