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What I (Don’t) Know About Autism: Shay Croke and Jayson Murray

What I (Don’t) Know About Autism, a play written by Jody O’Neill, will soon hit the stage. The play, directed by Dónal Gallagher, will contain a cast of autistic and neurotypical actors. Using a host of characters and storylines, the play aims to celebrate autistic identity and educate neurotypical audiences. In the lead up to …

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What I (Don’t) Know About Autism: Eleanor Walsh Interview

What I (Don’t) Know About Autism, a play written by Jody O’Neill, will soon hit the stage. The play, directed by Dónal Gallagher, will contain a cast of autistic and neurotypical actors. Using a host of characters and storylines, the play aims to celebrate autistic identity and educate neurotypical audiences. In the lead up to …

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Adam Harris Appointed To HSE Programme Board

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AsIAm are pleased to announce that our Chief Executive Officer Adam Harris, will be joining the HSE Autism Programme Board at its next meeting on Monday 20th January. We have long sought for autistic voices and those of their families’ to be represented on the Board. AsIAm has been proactively campaigning for an Autism Empowerment …

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Special Interests (Hallowe’en Edition) Nosferatu- Tom McHugh

Nosferatu: Eine Symphonie des Grauens   From Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau, comes Nosferatu, the 1922 masterpiece of the German Expressionist tradition. An unlicensed adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1897), the film was almost lost to history due to a lawsuit. Its survival is a testament both to Nosferatu’s lasting power, and our dedication to maintaining great …

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Our Week Online 20/10/19

Hello and welcome to our week online. Firstly, this time last week Minister Simon Harris announced a €2 million campaign to ensure that parents and children have information about services available about autism. This news prompted mixed reactions. Some reacted favourably, citing Harris’ action against ‘scam treatments.’ Others argued that awareness is insufficient, arguing that …

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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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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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Clonakilty Anniversary One Year Event: An Evening With Alan Gardner

We’ll soon the first anniversary of Clonakilty becoming Ireland’s first Autism Friendly Town! AsIAm is delighted to announce the launch of the inaugural Clonakilty Lecture. This lecture is possible due to the sponsorship of SuperValu. Clonakilty was the pilot for our autism-friendly towns scheme. A further eleven towns will emerge in the coming year. Given …

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