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Autism Friendly Vodafone

We at AsIAm were proud to work with Vodafone Ireland to introduce autism-friendly retail hours in a number of its stores across Ireland. The new initiative is part of a company-wide neurodiversity programme that will run across retail, employment opportunities, events and education. James Magill, manager of HR for Vodafone, explained the thinking behind this …

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Medb Lambert: What I Don’t Know About Autism

I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Medb Lambert, head of design for What I (Don’t) Know About Autism. Medb is well versed in this arena, working as the head of Equinox, an inclusive theatre company within KCat. Media pieces often observe autism visualise it as children separated behind glass or imagery that …

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What I (Don’t) Know About Autism: Matthew Ralli and Paula Mc Glinchy

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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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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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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Robert Byrne’s Sensory Pod

Today we sit down with Robert Byrne, creator of the sensory pod. Adapting the capsule hotels commonly found in Asia, Byrne created a new piece of assistive technology. The pod is roghly the side of a sunbed and is an excellent resource for anyone with sensory needs. What led to the pod’s creation? Our main …

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Dr. Gillian Smith on Autism Friendly Dental Practices

Dr. Gillian Smith is a Bray-based dentist. She previously made headlines in 2012 when she won the Sensodyne Sensitive Dentist Award. This award was due to her specially tailored treatment for Neal Dhont, which saved him from experiencing a more traumatic procedure. We talked to her about her methodology and measures made in the Dental …

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