AsIAm

AsIAm.ie aims to provide a one-stop shop for the Autism community in Ireland. From providing the public and those with the condition to a portal of information about Autism, to serving a platform for people affected by Autism to share their stories and views, to providing a strong voice for the concerns of the community... Continue Reading →

Back to appointments

Just when you think life is going well it has a habit of giving you a swift kick up the backside.  This week I was picking up Jono from Collooney railway station and Rocket-dog came along.  I was walking him along the station and his toenails got caught in a metal grid 😦 So he... Continue Reading →

The autism controversy continues

Following on from my previous blog. The autism controvesy is still continuing. I got to listen to an hour of Joe Duffys Liveline programme today which you can listen to here. Dr Sami Timimi was on the phone. The Tony Humphrey's article was based on a book by Dr. Timimi. Although it appears it was... Continue Reading →

”Core Connections”

An article was printed in the Irish Examiner yesterday which is about the 'Myth of autism'. It's written by Dr. Tony Humphreys who is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist. You can read the article on the Irish Autism Action Facebook page. What I make of it is that the author is saying the parents of children... Continue Reading →

Great news

Some of you might remember that we had a meeting about Jono's course today. Well I have some great news! He starts officially on Monday 😀 He's delighted. They said the teacher was very pleased with him and that he fitted in really well with the class. Thanks to all of you that got in... Continue Reading →

Friday

Well it's been a mixed bag of a week. A few annoying things happened including Jono finishing his course 😦 He was doing a trial and we were hoping he would go straight onto the course, but of course this is Ireland and things don't go to plan. So now we have to go to... Continue Reading →

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