Fiona is a graduate of Law and German in Trinity College Dublin. She one of many who received an autism diagnosis adulthood while studying in Trinity. She now works in the field of language and also works as a stand-up comedian. I interviewed her about her journey from education to employment.
It’s hard to know what college – or third level education as it is sometimes called – is like until you get there, and all colleges or universities are different. In some ways it’s easier to describe what university is not! Well, everyone says that it is not like school or work or home. So, what IS university really like? We aim to give you a realistic view, based on things students told us they wish they had known.
Good luck to all #TCDFreshers #CAO2018 and if you are Trinity College Dublin entrant with a disability please see our video explaining disability supports – Thanks @JackKavanaghIRL for starring Trinity College Students' Union ahead.ie @DARE AccessCollegeIreland
The Leaving Cert Results are in, the offers have been made and the summer is drawing rapidly to a close. That means starting college for the first time for many students with Autism. Dr Alison Doyle shares some top tips below for making your first year a success.