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Tues 4th Dec ~ Community Support: Autism in the Home ~ University College Cork, Co. Cork
Location: University College Cork, Boole 1 Lecture Theatre, College Rd, University College Cork, T12 K8AF, Cork
Date: Tuesday the 4 December 2018
Time: 7pm to 9pm
Not Open to the Public

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. The first of these talks will take place in University College Cork, in the Boole 1 lecture theatre on the theme ‘Autism in the Home‘. Topics discussed will include sensory processing and sensitivities, “autism-proofing” your home, and tips and tricks on managing a sensory environment for the family. Please register your free place on our Eventbrite page here.

Speakers on the night will include:

Kirsten Hurley, an autism consultant, lecturer and speaker. Since her diagnosis in 2010, Kirsten has conducted research into autism and the experiences of people with autism.

Kirsten led the team that developed the Diploma in Autism Studies and the online Certificate in Autism Studies in University College Cork and continues to lecture both in person and online on various topics around autism.

Diarmuid Heffernan, an autism consultant, lecturer and author with nearly a decade of experience providing support for people on the autism spectrum.

He is co-author of ‘Living with Asperger Syndrome and Autism in Ireland’ and is sole author of the book ‘Sensory Issues for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders’ (published by Jessica Kingsley).

Registration Required
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