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What We Learned – Parent Wellness and Self-Care

Last week we held our Community Support event in Tipperary on Parent Well-Being and Self-Care. Thank you to those of you who were able to come, but if you couldn’t make it, don’t worry! We have some of the key points summarised below, as well as live streams from the event – Part One and …

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Community Support Update and FAQs

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We want to give you all an update on our Community Support seminars so far! We’ve held five events around the country, with really positive feedback coming from each, which we’re so grateful for. As Michael, our Community Support Officer who organises these events says, “We’re not homeward bound yet but we’re on the racecourse!” …

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What We Learned – Autism and Play: Promises and Possibilities

On Monday evening we held our Community Support event in Co. Limerick on Autism and Play. We were so grateful to see so many of you there! If you were unable to attend, we have taken note of some of the key information. Feel free to watch the live stream of the event above or …

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What We Learned – Community Support: Puberty and Sexuality

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Last night we held our Puberty and Sexuality Community Support seminar in Co. Wicklow, and we’re very grateful to all who came along and to those who watched our livestream. If you couldn’t make it, here are some key notes from our two brilliant speakers! You can watch our livestream here, and view Davida Hartman’s Powerpoint …

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What We Learned – Community Support: Independent Living and Housing

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Last week we held our first 2019 Community Support event in Ratoath, County Meath, on the topic of Independent Living and Housing, sponsored by SuperValu. Here’s the two PowerPoint presentations kindly provided by our speakers, Darragh Byrne from Gheel Autism Services and Gretta Fitzgerald from DOCTRID. If you didn’t make it on the night, the …

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Community Support – Autism in the Home, University College Cork, Cork

AsIAm is hosting twenty four Community Support Seminar talks around the country over the next twelve months. These events are for the autism community, on issues important to the community, informed by the community. All of these events will be free to attend, but places must be booked on our Eventbrite page (see below). All …

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Community Support – Autism and the Law, RCSI, Dublin

AsIAm is hosting twenty four Community Support Seminar talks around the country over the next twelve months. These events are for the autism community, on issues important to the community, informed by the community. All of these events will be free to attend, but places must be booked on our Eventbrite page (see below). All Community Support events …

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Don’t Forget: Take Our Community Support Survey 2018

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We at AsIAm would like to give a big thank you to everyone who’s taken our Community Support Survey so far and given us their views. It’s really important to us that we work with the best interests of the autism community in Ireland at heart, and that means that we need the community to …

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Community Support Survey 2018

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We at AsIAm invite the autism community in Ireland to take part in our new Community Support Survey to help shape the agenda of our new Community Support events across the country in the coming year. Our new Community Support Officer, Michael O’Flanagan, is heading up a new initiative for our organisation. Over the next year …

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