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AsIAm - Ireland's National Autism Charity


17-21 Temple Road, Blackrock, Dublin, County Dublin - A94 DN40

AsIAm - Ireland's National Autism Charity aims to provide a one-stop shop for the Autism community in Ireland. From providing Autistic people and the public to a portal of information about Autism, to serving a platform for the Autism community to share their stories and views, to providing a strong voice for the concerns of the community.


AsIAm is Ireland’s Autism Charity.

We are working to create a society in which every autistic person is empowered to reach their own personal potential and fully participate in society. We believe that by developing the capacity of the autism community and addressing the societal barriers to inclusion we can make Ireland the world’s most autism-friendly country.

where your money goes

AsIAm major projects are: 

  1. School talks
  2. Early years training
  3. Third level autism friendly colleges
  4. Working with Employers
  5. Neurodiverse Workplaces
  6. Accreditation programmes
  7. Autism friendly towns
  8. Advocacy on behalf of our community.

We rely heavily on the public's generosity to complete our programmes as up to 30% of our annual revenue derives from public donations without which, it would not be possible to undertake our broad scope of work.

Our audited accounts are available at




AsIAm was set up in 2014 by Adam Harris and now operate from our office in Blackrock and employs 14 people. AsIAm is now regarded as Ireland's Autism Charity and has expanded it's training and advocacy work nationwide. During the lockdown arising from Covid 19- AsIAm has continued to expand its reach nationwide through webinars providing training, talks and education. AsIAm's funding through donations took a big hit during 2020 but through the kindness and generosity of the community and supporters we have been able to continue our programmes and redefine others to take into account the changing needs of our community and society as a whole. To learn more about AsIAm please email info at