April 21, 2020

COVID-19 and the resulting ‘lockdown life’ has led to major disruptions to the lives of young people and their families that threaten their wellbeing. A team of experts at the University of Limerick have launched a new study to explore how students aged 4 – 18 years an...

On the 11th of March 2020, the World Health Organisation declared the outbreak of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, a pandemic. The global health consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic are obvious, with over 75,000 deaths so far, and yet the social, economic and psychologi...

In June 2019 the first phase of SUPERSEN was completed. We had a further four meetings since our previous blog and wanted to share the learning.

  • Meet 7 – This meeting was dedicated to the co-creation of content for school wide workshop. We discussed what we had lear...

It is not an overstatement to say that inclusion of students with diverse learning needs is one of the most important and challenging educational issues of our time.

Since the mid-eighties Ireland has been advancing inclusion of all students in education through initia...

As professionals in the field of psychology and speech and language we are frequently asked about the usefulness of various techniques and interventions for developing communication in children with autism. Tonight, there is a documentary on RTE 1 called ‘Autism and Me...

March 6, 2017

The inaugural i-TEACH (Teaching for Inclusion) research seminar, whose theme was “New Foundations: Perspectives in Supporting the Emotional Wellbeing of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)’ was held at the newly built Analog Devices Building, University of Lim...

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