We’ve written to Minsters Stephen Donnelly and Anne Rabbitte asking for an urgent meeting to discuss the findings from RTÉ Investigates on the Department of
Groups highlighted to Ministers members anger and disappointment at being left behind in the return-to-mainstream school plan The four leading advocacy groups representing students with additional needs, Inclusion
AsIAm, Ireland’s National Autism Charity, has welcomed the Minister for Education and Skill’s, Joe McHugh, calls for primary schools in South Dublin to engage
July saw the launch of Ireland’s first autism friendly Intreo Office. Intreo Offices, a crucial part of DEASP (Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection)
Last Wednesday 19th June AsIAm Founder and CEO Adam Harris addressed the Oireachtas Committee on Public Petitions in a discussion on Mandatory Teacher Training on
Today AsIAm’s Founder and CEO Adam Harris addressed the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Education and Skills Consultation on Reduced Timetables on our work on this
Minister for Education Reminds Schools of Obligations to Students with SEN Following Enough Is Enough Protest
Yesterday Minister for Education Joe McHugh TD published a statement reminding schools and patrons nationwide of their responsibilities under admissions laws to provide specialist school
Explainer: What Happened in Senator Devine’s Commencement Matter on SEN Schools Provision in the Seanad?
On Thursday morning, Senator Máire Devine submitted a Commencement Matter to Seanad Éireann on the lack of provision of school places for autistic children. She also
Explainer: What Happened in Senator Ó Ríordáin’s Commencement Matter on School Places in the Seanad?
On Tuesday afternoon, Senator Aodhán Ó Ríordáin submitted a Commencement Matter to Seanad Éireann on the provision of school places this September in the cases