As I am

The story of AsIAm began in 2014 when our CEO Adam Harris founded the organisation based on his own experiences growing up as a young autistic person in Ireland. Diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome from an early age, the condition was far less understood or even known as it is today.

Scoil Chormaic Cashel

Scoil Chormaic Special School Scoil Chormaic is a vibrant school providing educational services for students with specific special educational needs, intellectual disabilities and / or autism from 3 years to 18 years.

National Learning Network Clonmel

National Learning Network Clonmel NLN Clonmel provide a range of free courses to people with a disability, had an accident, illness, or injury aged over 16 years. Their courses are tailored to each student’s needs, to help them to build their confidence while getting practical job-seeking skills to help them get a job or go on to further training.

Special Educational Needs Organisers (SENO)

SENO The National Council for Special Education offers support for parents through its network of Special Educational Needs Organisers (SENO). The role of the SENO ensures that a child with special educational needs receives the supports they are entitled to.

Irish Society for Autism

The Irish Society for Autism was created in 1963, and has long campaigned for Autism in Ireland and Worldwide. We are the longest established specialist service for people with Autism in Ireland. The Society was formed with the goals of creating awareness about Autism, and convincing the authorities that early diagnosis and specialised education would greatly enhance the quality of life for Autistic people.

F.U.S.S. Tipperary FUSS stands for Families Unite for Services and Support. Every child deserves timely access to assessment, interventions and appropriate educational settings, where F.U.S.S. Ireland, are driven by a single goal; to do their part in improving access to Disability Services and appropriate Educational Settings in Ireland. Founded by the parents of neurodiverse and disabled children who have experience of interacting with services providers .