Welcome to the October newsletter, as always, we are keeping you updated with what you have been up to. If you have any feedback, just reply to this email.
Are you interested in selling your goods, cakes, jams etc at our Christmas market – to book your stall fill in this form
It’s on the 27th of November at
St. Munchins college
Pitch €20, covered stall €50
What we have been up to
As always we’ve been busy. There was the beyond limits event run by the ombudsman for the children’s office in Athlone IT in Sligo and UL we also attended the Brick con IRELAND event last weekend where over 5000 people attended.
What’s happening next month
Get out your lucky charm and dab your way to the jackpot in 50 numbers or less! €10 for a book of 10 rounds, raffle on the night too!! Set to be a fun night!!!
Autism@UL Webinar series. Autism and the City with Keith McAllister
The Autism@UL Special Interest Group (SIG) welcomes Keith McAllister, Director of Architecture & Planning, School of Natural & Built Environment, Queen’s University Belfast. Keith will share his experiences of introducing change into the environment in order to create inclusive spaces for living and learning. Keith’s ongoing academic research is focussed broadly on the relationship between Architecture and Fear, especially for those populations without a voice. As the extremely proud father of a
wonderful son with autism, his particular interest is in the relationship between architecture and autism.
Wednesday, November 9th at 1pm.
Microsoft Teams webinar: Click here to register.
Request for help in a Study
The University of Surrey would like participants to complete a short questionnaire, exploring how autistic young people with learning disabilities use technology and how this might be associated with social skills and social vulnerability. More specifically, they are hoping to recruit the parents/caregivers of autistic young people with learning disabilities (aged between 13-18 years) who they hope will participate with their son/daughter.
The study can be completed entirely online, and participants can withdraw at any time. Those who complete the questionnaire will be offered a €15 voucher for their participation and will also be able to request a report summarising our main findings.
If you are able to help them out they would be very grateful. For more information about the study, please contact Louise Irvine (firstname.lastname@example.org ) or Emily Farran (email@example.com). Please forward on to anyone who might be interested.
If you have any feedback, reply to this email and we will take everything on board.
Until next month
Keith and the ASD Ireland team.