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Update on exclusion of special classes and schools from changes to test and trace policy

by - 23 September, 2021

in Education, Schools

UPDATE This evening we attended a useful meeting with Department of Education and Public Health Officials in relation to the concerning announcement of the exclusion of special classes and schools from changes to t...

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Excluding children in special classes and schools from changes to test and trace policies is “flagrant discrimination”

by - 23 September, 2021

in Education, Press Release, Schools

Students with additional needs will be required to remain at home if a close contact, despite no scientific evidence   23rd September AsIAm, Ireland’s National Autism Charity, has this morning condemned the Dep...

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Latest Guidelines on Reduced School Timetables

Reduced School Timetables

Last week, the Department of Education published the latest guidelines to provide clarity surrounding the use of reduced timetables in school settings. As discussed here, there are a number of factors that might incre...

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Kevin Hanly: From Solohead to the TV Screen

Kevin Hanly is a long-time friend of AsIAm and has written for us multiple times. Like many of us, he struggled with the pitfalls of Covid-19 but he's emerged stronger than ever as part of Supervalu's latest campaign....

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Launch of AsIAm Adult Support and Wellbeing Programme

AsIAm adult wellbeing

Today, 16th September 2021, AsIAm is delighted to announce the launch of its new Adult Support and Well-being Programme for Autistic adults. AsIAm has been working hard at developing a programme to address issues rega...

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