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CoMorbid Short Play Festival: A Summary

Last week large numbers gathered in the International Bar for an evening hosted by CoMorbid Productions. Comorbid Productions is a newly founded Dublin art collective consisting of of artists affected by disability or mental health issues. Comorbid hosted a performance of short plays and extracts from longer works highlighting the voices of playwrights affected by …

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Autism and Education: Emigration Considered Due To Lack Of School Places

  Rebecca Hitchcock Martins is a Cork mother who was working in London she met her husband Hugo. Upon becoming pregnant with her son Charlie, the couple moved back to Ireland to give him the best chance possible. Charlie Hitchcock Martins received an autism diagnosis shortly before his third birthday. He is currently five years …

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11 More Autism Friendly Towns Announced With SuperValu

AsIAm is happy to today announce an additional 11 towns on the journey to becoming autism-friendly. This will advance our national campaign in partnership with SuperValu. The towns include Clane, Bray, Greystones, Wicklow Town, New Ross, Skerries, Lucan, Castlebar, Mallow, Listowel and Tralee. In conjunction with the announcement, a survey we conducted showed that presently, …

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Our Week Online 01/09/2019

Hello and welcome to Our Week Online. Apologies for the long gap since Eleanor’s final post. I’ve got very capable shoes to fill! It’s been something of a slow week in an otherwise jam-packed month. For a more comprehensive look at the news stay tuned for our newsletter tomorrow! Fota Park recently became the first …

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Fota Wildlife Park recognised for commitment to autism inclusion

The attraction has been accredited by National Autism Charity as an example of best practise in accessibility   Monday 26th August: Fota Wildlife Park, one of the country’s leading family attractions, yesterday received Autism-Friendly Accreditation from AsIAm, Ireland’s National Autism Charity. The award comes following a period of training and the development of tools and …

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Special Interests: Napoleon and his Autistic Traits- Cormac O’Brien

The media depicts different people who have autism as being strange or weird. In my view I see it as people who experience the world differently, Some Doctors state that you are naive if you have autism but I disagree. One man who many people, myself included, think have the condition, is Napoloen Bonaparte. My …

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Community Voices: Autism and Bullying

Hello all. If you haven’t seen our previous interview with Neil Kenny, I’d recommend checking it out. I was inspired to do something on bullying and autism due to the tragic suicide of Joel Langford. As well as expert insight such as Kenny’s, I wanted to demonstrate more personal accounts which stress the impact bullying …

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