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Community Support Events- Autism and Access to Healthcare

AsIAm in association with SuperValu recently hosted its latest community support seminar in Skerries. This seminar focused on the topic of Autism & Access to Healthcare. Our two presenters on the evening were Dr Mary Doherty and Dr Caoimhin Mac Giolla Phadraig. Our first speaker, Dr Mary Doherty, MB BCh NUI FCARCSI,  is a Consultant …

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Rolling For Kindness AsIAm Stream Interview: Elijah and Michael

Roll For Kindness, a LGBT positive RPG group, will shortly host a stream for AsIAm. This weekend (30th-1st December), they will host an ambitious gaming stream.  Over six different Role Playing Games will play out, with numerous guests (both local and international) to raise funds for AsIAm. I sat down with co-founders Michael Conway and …

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Our Week Online- 24/11/2019

Welcome to our week online: we’ve been very busy preparing for our Christmas campaign, but a lot’s been happening outside us in the world of autism! This week has been quite active for celebrity news! Hollyoaks star Stephanie Davies reveals her autism diagnosis. She explains that her issues with alcohol abuse stemmed from social anxiety.  …

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National Gallery of Ireland Becoming Autism Friendly

Last week the National Gallery of Ireland became the first cultural institution in Ireland to receive Autism Friendly status. We sat down with Caomhán Mac Con Iomaire and Brina Casey of the Gallery’s Access team to discuss this momentous occasion. What motivated you to seek Autism Friendly status? (Caomhán) Accreditation is about accessibility and making …

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Fighting Words Becoming Autism Friendly!

  Fighting Words is a creative writing centre established by Roddy Doyle and Sean Love. Fighting Words helps students of all ages to develop their writing skills and to explore their love of writing. Their activities range from story-telling workshops for primary and secondary school students to summer camps for children and teenagers on topics …

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Autism Behind the Wheel: Teaching Teens and Young Adults on the Spectrum to Drive- Carmen Adams

*Editor’s note: Carmen’s piece, though helpful, is written in an American context. Not all situations described in the piece may apply to Ireland* Driving is an important milestone in the lives of teenagers and young adults. No longer do they have to ask mom and dad for a ride to their friend’s houses. Now they …

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NCI Reaching Autism Friendly University Status This Month!

We’re currently  currently working towards Autism-Friendly Status with National College of Ireland! Having seen great success in our pilot scheme with DCU, AsIAm is committed to making universities across Ireland autism friendly.  This initiative means celebrating students and staff on the autism spectrum and providing a learning environment to help all students and staff to …

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