Entries by Sharon Didrichsen

Living Your Best Autistic Life- only a few places remaining- starting soon!

We are delighted to be launching a new programme designed to overcome barriers and challenges post Covid-19. ‘Living your best autistic life’ is an autistic well-being programme designed by Autism, Neurodiversity and Inclusion Specialist Becca Lory Hector. Becca is a contributor to Spectrum Women and is a Certified Autism Specialist and Cognitive Specialist. For the […]

Specialisterne NI welcomes Brian Byers to its Voluntary Board

The team at Specialisterne NI are delighted to welcome new Directors to its voluntary board. Please join us in welcoming Brian Byers. It’s hard for me to explain how excited I am to join the Specialisterne team from both a personal and professional perspective.  Having worked in career development and employability for over 15 years, […]

555

555 is a great number, especially when it represents the number of hours autistic young people from 15 grammar and secondary schools, and young people out of school, have spent connecting with each other over Lockdown in Connect4 online social and interest groups. Connect4 is funded by the National Lottery Community Fund. For details of […]