Irish Society for Autism

RESEARCH STUDY: Exploring the Lived Experiences of Women with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) / Aspergers Syndrome (AS) Post UniversityFriday, 22 September 2017

Please read below information regarding research that you may wish to participate in;

Claire Gleeson is a PhD student studying in the Discipline of Occupational Therapy at Trinity College Dublin, and is interested in speaking with women who identify as having Autism Spectrum Disorder / Aspergers Syndrome about their experiences of higher education.

If you wish to share your experiences as a woman with Autism Spectrum Disorder or Aspergers Syndrome and would like to get involved in the research study please contact:

Claire Gleeson at 01-8963217 / Email: for further information.

Improving match day for children with autism | Football Association of IrelandTuesday, 27 June 2017

The Irish Society for Autism recently worked with The Football Association of Ireland to create a checklist to help improve the match day experience for children with Autism.

See the article taken from their website below;

Improving match day for children with autism | Football Association of Ireland.


Kids with autism experience live football in a different way to the average supporter, so we wanted to help make their match day as enjoyable as possible.


By working closely with the Irish Society for Autism, we have created a unique match day checklist that allows young supporters with autism to follow a structured routine and have fun doing so.

Kids with autism tend to like following routines, so this checklist gives them the opportunity to catalogue every bit of their experience from when they arrive in the Aviva Stadium until when they depart.

We have also catered for kids with autism who get uncomfortable amongst large crowds and overwhelmed by big noises by providing a corporate box for a number of families for the ‘Three’ International Friendly against Iceland in June – free of charge.

Over the coming months we plan on rolling out more inititatives to help make the match day experience for kids with autism as safe and enjoyable as possible.

Below is the match day checklist…


Rotary Club of Navan – Annual Golf ClassicFriday, 19 May 2017

Please support The Irish Society for Autism, by entering a team or sponsoring a hole in the Rotary Club of Navan’s Annual Golf Classic this July.


Golf Flyer

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The Irish Society for Autism was created in 1963, and has long campaigned for the cause of Autism in Ireland and Worldwide. We are the longest established specialist service for people with Autism in Ireland. The Society was formed...
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