Parent to Parent ASK Meetups

Parent to Parent ASK Meetups

We are offering some more times and days for coffee mornings. Please see dates and groups bellow:

May 13 | Adults (Ages 17-30) 10:00-10:50 am RSVP

              School aged children (Ages 6-9) 4:40 – 5:40 pm  RSVP

May 14 | Tweens (Ages 13-16) 4:30-5:30 pm RSVP

May 15 | Preschool (Ages 3-5) 4:30-5:30 online RSVP

May 16 | Teenagers (Ages 13-16) 4:30-5:30 pm RSVP


Parent Coffee Mornings | May 30th

Handiconsult will be at our office on May 30th at 12:00-13:30 to meet with parents to discuss accessing medical services for children and young adults with additional needs. Please RSVP

We were delighted to be invited to present an Art Exhibition to celebrate World Autism Awareness and Acceptance day on April 2nd, at the United Nations. The exhibition showcased the talents and unique perspectives of the children and adults attending our programs. Please take a look at the wonderful creations we had on show

Our second ASK and Best Buddies Pre-Employment Workshop took place on April 29th and it was delivered by Addictlab. This workshop covered Cross Disciplinary Science and provided participants with many fun activities to help build a deeper understanding of science.

We are looking for parent volunteers to support the development of our parent engagement activities- do you have a son or daughter with different needs? How would you like to see ASK develop to create a community for families? Get involved with our parent team and help us to develop a strong parent community. Contact us


Our team recommends

Event | “Parenting Interventions for behavioral concerns: Do Behavioral Approaches have a role?” | The Irish Society for Behaviour Analysis is hosting | May 30th

Webinar | SPRINT France |  AESH:  Working as an AESH (Accompagnant d’élèves en situation de handicap)–Goals, Expectations, Language, and Contracts | Tuesday, April 30, 2024 at 7.30 PM (CET). Please complete the google form for access registration and zoom link.

If you are providing medical services within the community, or you know someone who is and would like support with how to improve services for individuals with differential learning abilities, please see the following visual support guide. Download


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