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Community Voices: Nóra Nic Oireachtaigh and Bullying

The following piece is the final piece in our series covering bullying and autism. The first part discussed it in a professional context and the second (largely) discussed bullying in a school context. This final piece hopes to portray how yesterday’s bullying can potentially become tomorrow’s abuse. This article is recommended for a mature audience …

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Kevin Hanly – The Achievements That Can Be Made With Being Autistic!

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As we come to the end of World Autism Month 2019, autistic advocate and Tipperary GAA supporter Kevin Hanly looks back at the month and how things have changed for autistic people, and shares his journey to self-belief and confidence (featuring the Tipperary footballers)! “The Tipp Footballers are a big part of my success” As …

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Joan McDonald – Introduction to Autistic Paddies

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You may have met Autistic Paddies at our last National Autism Conference last October, the Facebook group for autistic adults aged 18+ from or based in Ireland that’s on the rise. In this blog, group facilitator and moderator Joan McDonald talks us through her own autism diagnosis, her search for community in Ireland, and how …

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SuperValu and AsIAm Inclusive Communities Award

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AsIAm and SuperValu have a strong partnership in supporting communities to become autism-friendly. Our partnership has seen the roll-out of Autism-Friendly Shopping in over 100 SuperValu stores across Ireland and the development of the Autism-Friendly Town Initiative. We believe communities that are fully accessible for autistic people are stronger, more sustainable places to live. We …

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Our Week Online – 3/3/2019

Welcome to Our Week Online – because these days, media is all about the signal boost. In the UK, research has found that 1 in 5 women presenting to UK anorexia clinics may be autistic and tailored therapies and treatments for autistic patients should be implemented, says Autistica. Research from Australia has found that injuries …

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Run With Us at the 2019 VHI Women’s Mini Marathon!

HELP RAISE FUNDS FOR ASIAM BY TAKING PART IN THE VHI WOMEN’S MINI MARATHON 2019 Date: Sunday, 2rd June 2019 Time: 2:00pm Starting location: Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2 Distance: 10 kilometres/6.2 miles Register your interest to join #TeamAsIAm for the VHI Women’s Mini Marathon 2019! If you’d like to support our work to make Ireland a more inclusive society for autistic people and their …

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Noel Ward and Michael McEnery’s April Ultra-Marathon in aid of AsIAm!

Autism Awareness Month is coming up soon in April, and two men are planning to give it their all to raise funds for AsIAm. Noel Ward and Michael McEnery will run 50 kilometres per day for 30 consecutive days across Ireland! They are accepting donations on their iDonate page here, and the funds collected will go …

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Our Week Online – 2/12/2018

Welcome to Our Week Online. This is the biggest roundup so far, but it was a big week! Go and boil the kettle so. In new measures announced by the Government this week, people on disability allowance will be allowed to earn up to €427 a week and still keep their medical card. This measure …

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Laragh Smith: My Experience of an Inclusive Community

The theme of this year’s National Autism Conference is “Building Inclusive Communities”. Laragh, a young autistic woman and member of our outgoing Youth Leadership Team, has written about an inclusive, welcoming, and warm community in her life. Hi – My name is Laragh, I am 23 and I am on the autistic spectrum. I would …

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