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[content_box title=”Irish Independent – 15/07/2013″ icon=”” image=”” link=”” linktext=”Read Article”]Autism: Snapshots of a life full of love and challenges

Miriam Jennings is defying odds by raising three young boys with autism.…[/content_box]

[content_box title=”Galway Independent – 09/01/2013″ icon=”” image=”” link=”″ linktext=”Read Article”]The nature of autism is very isolating.
What does it feel like to raise a child with autism? In the latest of a series of articles looking at different people’s experiences, a Galway mother talks about her fight to access services for her children and the challenges faced on a daily basis…[/content_box]

[content_box title=”Galway Independent – 12/09/2012″ icon=”” image=”” link=”″ linktext=”Read Article”]Galway groups receive boost from ‘Secret Millionaire’.
Four Galway-based charitable organisations are set to receive a welcome publicity boost next week when they feature on RTE’s ‘The Secret Millionaire’. Galway Autism Partnership (GAP)…[/content_box]

[content_box title=”Galway Independent – 05/09/2012″ icon=”” image=”” link=”—Mother-of-two-and-member-of-Galway-Autism-Partnership-committee” linktext=”Read Article”]Paulina SIedlarek-Maciejewicz – Mother-of-two and member of GAP committee.
Galway Autism Partnership (GAP) is currently engaged in a fundraising campaign in order to move into its own office space. The charity is appealing for donations of old office…[/content_box]

[content_box title=”Galway Independent – 22/08/2012″ icon=”” image=”” link=”” linktext=”Read Article”]Unique youth café for children with autism.
A unique youth café for children with autism is set to begin in Galway City next month. Local charity Galway Autism Partnership (GAP) is facilitating a pilot programme for young people aged between 11 and 18 with high functioning autism or…[/content_box]

[content_box title=”Galway Advertiser – 16/08/2012″ icon=”” image=”” link=”” linktext=”Read Article”]Mind the GAP – Galway Autism Partnership grateful for the help they have received.
Galway Autism Partnership would sincerely like to thank the members of the public and local media who have helped us so far in their generosity by supporting our Lego Appeal and Appeal…[/content_box]

[content_box title=”Galway Independent – 08/08/2012″ icon=”” image=”” link=”” linktext=”Read Article”]Thanks for support.
Galway Autism Partnership would sincerely like to thank the members of the public and local media who have helped us so far in their generosity by supporting our Lego appeal and appeal of working used office equipment. Our committee have…[/content_box]

[content_box title=”D’Arcy Marketing & PR ” icon=”” image=”” link=”” linktext=”Read Article”]Hotel Meyrick hosts the launch of the Galway Autism Partnership as they shine a blue light on World Autism Awareness Day.
Luxury 4 Star Hotel Meyrick, located right in the heart of Eyre Square Galway will shine a brilliant blue light for World Autism Awareness Day…[/content_box]

[content_box title=”Galway Atlantaquaria” icon=”” image=”” link=”″ linktext=”Read Article”]Going blue for International Autism Day.
April  is World Autism Awareness Month and there is an international initiative to light up towns, cities and major landmarks across the world in blue, to celebrate and raise awareness of Autism. Monday the 2nd of April is the United Nations World…[/content_box]

[content_box title=”The Independent – 15/04/2012″ icon=”” image=”” link=”” linktext=”Read Article”]Balloons fly and Galway lights up in blue to support autism initiative.
OVER 30 businesses in Galway ‘lit up in blue’ to support the recently established GAP (Galway Autism Partnership). A hundred blue balloons were also released by children with autism to mark…[/content_box]

[content_box title=”Galway Independent – 04/04/2012″ icon=”” image=”” link=”” linktext=”Read Article”]Blue Monday for Galway.
Newly established charity organisation Galway Autism Partnership (GAP) was launched on Monday to coincide with UN World Autism Awareness Day and a global initiative to ‘light up blue’ for autism. The group organised a number of events to…[/content_box]

[content_box title=”The Irish Times – 03/04/2012″ icon=”” image=”” link=”” linktext=”Read Article”]Irish artist gets UN stamp of approval.
A recent convert to painting, Colm Isherwood from Cork has had one of his artworks selected by the UN Postal Administration for use on a stamp marking World Autism Awareness Day. The work of eight artists from around the world features…[/content_box]