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Providing Autism Friendly Environments

Clonakilty road sign and child walking on grass covered in leaves.Autism is an neuro developmental disability, affecting the brain in areas of social interaction and communication.  Autism affects people in different ways and the characteristics and symptoms can range from mild to severe. The main areas of difficulty for people with autism are social communication, social interaction, social imagination and sensory processing.

Outlined below are some elements to consider to ensure you providing a more inclusive environment for those with autism:

For further information about Autism or if you would like to learn more about becoming Autism Friendly please click here. 

Alternatively, if you need further information or advice in relation to making your services more accessible please do not hesitate to contact one of our team on (01) 415 12 85 or e-mail [email protected].