AsIAm, supported by SuperValu, are continuing their series of webinars with ‘Autistic Women and Girls’ on March 10th at 7pm.
International Women’s Day celebrates the achievements of women and to mark the occasion AsIAm and SuperValu will host an online seminar that will explore the experiences of women and girls within the autism community.
The webinar will be the fourth in the 2021 series that continues to bring informative topics and valuable advice to the autism community.
The community support events are delivered by autism experts and can be accessed online and through AsIAm and SuperValu’s social channels.
To register for the ‘Autistic Women and Girls’ seminar,’ click here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_HffwUNU6SHWYaVe82kz2Bg
In recent years there has been increased awareness of the lack of support for autistic women in terms of access, diagnosis, cases of misdiagnosis and the lack of recognition of these experiences.
The upcoming webinar will view autism through this lens and will be hosted by Jess Hendrickx, Head of Hendrickx Associates where she supports autistic people to build self-awareness, identify their goals and take small, manageable steps towards achieving them.
The seminar will look at the different ways autism manifests in women and girls such as: late diagnosis, eating disorders, menstruation, and motherhood
Commenting on the upcoming webinar Adam Harris, CEO of AsIAm “AsIAm is thrilled to continue to deliver Community Support Seminars to families across Ireland with the kind support of SuperValu. With the changing nature of our environments over the past year it is vital to provide additional support to our community. As all seminars are available live online and can be viewed afterwards, members from across Ireland have the opportunity to gain knowledge and advice from trained experts.”
Ian Allen, managing director at SuperValu said, “As sponsors of the community support seminars we are delighted to witness their continued success and value to the autism community. During this challenging time it is vital that we support the autism community now more than ever and ensure resources such as the webinar series continue to provide support and create pathways for greater inclusion across Ireland.”
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