Local Initiatives

Dublin 15 Disability Peer Support Group:

Dublin 15 Disability Peer Support Group is the new name for Dublin 15 Leader Forum. However, the group is the same, albeit growing, and the support offered is the same too. We are a community of people with disabilities and we offer support and networking as well as the opportunity to voice

Triple A Alliance:

The Wicklow Triple A Alliance was set up in 2002 by families living with Asperger’s Syndrome (now absorbed in to the autism diagnosis) Autism and ADHD- hence the name “Triple A Alliance” Our aims and objectives To be a support group for all our members and their families To bring

Bray Neurodiversity Board Game Night:

Monthly board game night for adults who identify as being Neurodiverse (Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, etc). Run by Neurodiverse individuals in association with Triple A Alliance. Bray Neurodiversity Board Game Night

Cottage Autism Network:

Cottage Autism Network Wexford CLG. (CAN) is a voluntary organisation based in Co. Wexford since 2004. CAN is a registered charity (CHY18103) with the Charities Regulator. Our Mission Cottage Autism Network aims to improve the quality of life of families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder by providing support, promoting equality

MWB Autism Support:

MWB (Midlands West Border) is a parent-run support group for families with children diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.  Currently, we have 26 families in our group, living in Co Longford, Co Leitrim and Co Roscommon.  The children in the group range in age from 3 to 21 and we have

WASSA Waterford Autism Social & Sports Action:

WASSA is an acronym for Waterford Autism Social & Sports Action. This organisation was set up in 2009 by local parents.  The groups objective is to support children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) through a range of social and sports activities.  All children with ASD demonstrate deficits in: 1) social

South Tipp Autism

We hold monthly meetings (5 mornings 6 nights) on the first Tuesday of each month  Our meetings are strictly confidential, if anyone wanted to speak privately to a member of the committee please feel free to contact the office and we can arrange a meeting at your own convinces. We

Asperger Action Galway:

Aspergers Action Galway (AAG) is an entirely voluntary organization set up as aparents support group. We hold regular meetings and organise several activities for people with Aspergers and their families. Aspergers Action Galway

Galway Autism Partnership:

Who are GAP? GAP started as a small online group, progressing to support meetings and family outings. At one of these meetings in 2011, Galway Autism Partnership was officially formed by a group of parents and adults on the autism spectrum and became a registered charity. In autumn 2012, after

Gheel Autism Services:

Gheel Autism Services was founded in Dublin city in 1971 by a small group of parents of people with autism. The name Gheel originates from the region of Geel in Belgium where since the 7th century people with disabilities were supported to live in the community and not in institutions.