Therapy & Intervention
Therapy & Intervention
Welcome to the Autism Ireland links library. Here you will find an extensive list of links to websites on autism, Asperger syndrome and related issues from around the world.
The resources on this website are provided for your help and information only. They are sites maintained by other groups, organisations and individuals and these links are provided in good faith. The presence of a link does not necessarily imply that Autism Ireland endorses or supports the originator(s), nor does the absence of a group simply that Autism Ireland does not support it.
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All sites are checked for autism relevance and information content prior to publication here but given the nature of ease of updating on the web, we cannot be held responsible for the quality of the information provided.
If you have found anything in any of these sites which you believe to be offensive, please contact the Web Editor, quoting the URL of the website and of the page on the Autism Ireland website from which it was linked, and the link to the site will be reviewed. Also if there are links that you have found useful and would like to be added to the Library please let us know.
You can find information on your local SENO here.
So, what exactly is autism? Autism is a developmental disability that affects certain aspects of behaviour, including interacting with others. It works on a spectrum. This means that while all autistic people share similar traits, they will be affected in different ways and at differing severity. Below is new page on autism dedicated to help raise awareness and sign-post support options: http://www.counselling-
Solamh – has been established by two experienced clinicians to to provide therapeutic interventions to enhance other behavioural, psychological and harmacological interventions.
Koemba – offers a coaching approach to parenting, which gives practical tools and insights to support parents to create more enjoyable and fulfilling family life. We offer parenting courses and also training for professionals and leaders working to support parents.
Counselling Directory, dedicated to help raise awareness and sign-post support options: Click Here
Speech and Occupational Therapy:
Sensational Kids – Sensational Kids is a registered charity that provides family centered therapy and educational services for children of all abilities in our state of the art occupational therapy centre in Kildare. Other services at Sensational Kids, such as educational psychological assessments, reading tuition, craniosacral therapy, play therapy and orthoscopics, are provided at as low a price as possible because Sensational Kids is a not for profit organisation.
They also have a really good online shop.
Advance Therapy Systems – private therapy clinic providing occupational and speech therapy treatment to children of all ages and diagnoses. They offer reduced cost sessions for Autism Ireland members.
The Elbowroom – The Elbowroom and Autism Ireland recently established a partnership for the benefit of members of Autism Ireland. The Elbowroom provides OT, SLT, Sibshops and Dramatherapy to families who are members of Autism Ireland at a reduced cost. Full details of the costs and services can be downloaded here.
Ceol Ireland – Their programmes cover all curriculum strands and units, introducing listening & responding, composing, performing, musical concepts and music literacy
Fitzwilliam FoodTEST Clinic offer reduced cost allergy tests for Autism Ireland members.
Dr. Sara Jane Flynn Chartered Child and Educational psychologist,D. Ed Psych, Grad. Dip Psych, B. Sc, BPSV. Dublin area – http://drsarajaneflynn.wordpress.com/
Impartial information which assists decision making on all types of therapies, interventions and medication options – http://www.researchautism.net/pages/welcome/home.ikml
For children/teens with AS/ASD. Dr Brendan Byrne.