Understanding Autism Seminar

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In light of the Government’s decision to close the country’s educational sites in response to the Covid-19 pandemic and to ensure the welfare of our course participants, tutors, their families and the wider community, we have made the decision to postpone the Understanding Autism seminar due to take place on 21April at Maynooth University.
We will be rescheduling this seminar when we get the all-clear to return to teaching and learning. Those already booked in will be be sent an email.
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Understanding Autism Seminar

Date: Tuesday 21st April 2020 * POSTPONED*

Venue: Maynooth University
Time: 6.30pm – 9.45pm (registration from 6.15pm)
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Workshop Fee: €35 (advance booking is essential)

Proceeds will go to AsIAm autism charity and Maynooth Autism Friendly Town Iniatitive.

Book and pay using the following link:

My Easy Pay card payments

Once you pay using the above My Easy Pay link, your name will be added to the seminar attendance list. You do not require a ticket for the event. You will complete registration before entering the seminar.
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Seminar Topics:
6.30-7.45pm: Understanding Autism; Characteristics associated with autism and the implications for teaching and learning.
7.45-8pm: Tea/Coffee break
8-9.30pm: Guest talk by Adam Harris from AsIAm.ie

Adam will give an insight into his experiences as an autistic person, the work of AsIAm.ie and the role schools and communities can play in empowering autistic people. Adam will speak about his own positive and inspiring story.

Who can attend?

This seminar is open to professionals (teachers, SNAs, social-care staff, pre-school practitioners etc.), parents and volunteers in community and sporting groups. Anyone interested in learning about autism is welcome to attend.

Certificate: On completion, workshop participants will be awarded the: Understanding Autism Professional Development Certificate of Attendance 

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