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BUY YOUR COPY: Mary Immaculate publishes a handbook for educators – “Autism from the Inside Out”

AsIAm would like to thank Dr Emer Ring and her colleagues from Mary Immaculate College (MIC)’s Department of Reflective Pedagogy and Early Childhood Studies for their contributions to our #BackToRoutine series this month. We would also like to thank them for their considerable generosity in donating all proceeds from their new book, ‘Autism from the Inside …

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Autism Experience Exhibition in Clonakilty on Thursday 27th September!

SuperValu and AsIAm.ie will host a unique exhibition which will enable the people of Clonakilty to experience what it is like for autistic people in day to day life. The exhibition, which is free to visit, will be hosted in the Clonakilty Parish Hall from 10am to 4pm on Thursday 27th September. The exhibition represents the …

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Is it a Good Idea to Arrange a Meeting with their Teacher? If so, What Should I Ask?

It is a really good idea and absolutely essential to arrange a meeting with your child’s teacher, before your child starts school or when your child is moving onto another stream in the school. Building positive and open communication with your child’s school is important. Communication is a two-way street and sharing information with your …

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What are the Most Important Things to Consider when Choosing a School for my Child?

Starting school is one of the biggest events in both a family member’s and a child’s life. All benefit from advice and support when starting a new school. There is so much information out there that it can overwhelming sometimes just to know where to start.  Dr Emer Ring is the Head of the Department …

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Mia Duffy: New Start at College

Starting college is a huge change for everyone. The transition, from the application to accepting an offer, is both exciting and nerve-wrecking at the same time. It’s important to know what supports and strategies are in place, but it’s equally crucial that people know how an autistic individual may feel throughout this whole process. Mia …

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Trish Flood: Holidaying Tips for Autism Families

Some autism families worry about the challenge of taking an overseas holiday. Here are some ideas from my experience to make the holidays more enjoyable for the whole family. If you’ve never travelled by air before, some families find that taking a short flight is good way to prepare for a longer overseas flight. It’s …

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AsIAm CEO Speaks before the Oireachtas Education Committee

AsIAm Founder and CEO Adam Harris called on the Department of Education to deliver training to teachers and schools across the country for their autistic pupils.  Speaking before the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Education and Skills on Wednesday, Mr Harris made a series of five recommendations, stressing the need for building inclusive learning settings for …

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AsIAm official charity partner at the forthcoming Arsenal vs Chelsea match

It was with great pride and excitement that we announce today that AsIAm will be charity partner at the forthcoming Arsenal vs Chelsea International Club Championship match in the Aviva Stadium on 1st August. This is a fantastic opportunity for AsIAm to promote autism-friendly practise to a large audience. You can get your tickets on Friday …

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