At Fighting Words, we are on a journey to make our centres and programming autism-friendly places to participate and to volunteer.
Fighting Words is proud to be recognised as Autism Friendly by AsIAm, Ireland's national autism charity
We welcome autistic participants and volunteers and offer a range of supports to help ensure that we offer a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere for everyone.
Fighting Words is proud to be accredited as Autism Friendly by AsIAm, Ireland’s national autism charity. Fighting Words centres are also Assistance Dog Friendly!
Click here to read our Charter of Inclusion.
If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
Planning Your Visit: Dublin
Are you planning to visit the Fighting Words centre in Dublin with your class? We have a few ways to help you prepare!
Check out our What We Do pages to find out what you can expect at our workshops for primary schools, secondary schools and other groups.
You can also watch the video below so you know what to expect.
Planning Your Visit: Other Locations
Are you planning to visit another Fighting Words location?
Visit the Locations page to see photos and find out more about Fighting Words locations and our teams all over Ireland. You will also find contact information for the coordinators in all our locations.
Become A Volunteer
We welcome autistic people to join our volunteer team!
Volunteering with Fighting Words is a fun way to help children and young people explore their imaginations and to meet new people in a fun, relaxed and creative atmosphere.
Find more information about becoming a volunteer at Get Involved. Learn how the process works with our visual story.
Find more information for volunteers at the Volunteer Hub.
Related News and Links
- Volunteer Hub - learn more about becoming a Fighting Words volunteer mentor
- Contact and Locations - learn more about our locations around Ireland
- Fighting Words Achieves Full Accreditation from AsIAm
- Meet the Staff Team