Posted 13.04.2022

Disability Action are delighted to host Rose O'Hare on the Challenges Experienced by Young People with Autism Accessing Appropriate Service.

Rose O'Hare is a 16 year old GSCE student at Lismore Comprehensive. Rose is campaigning for service provision for autistic young people in rural areas. 

Rose will be joined by Jolene Toman, Head of the Learning Support Centre at Lismore Comprehensive, who will provide an overview of UNCRPD compliant inclusive education at the school, and Gerry Campbell of CCMS who will open the event.

Don't miss this unique opportunity to hear from Rose as part of Autism Awareness Month. Join us online on Thursday 28 April from 1pm - 2pm.

This event has been developed in partnership with Lismore Comprehensive. Lismore Comprehensive deliver inclusive education which is compliant with the UNCRPD.

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