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Disability Specific Policies and Procedures

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On the page you find links to all relevant Trinity Policies and Disability Service policies and procedures.

Trinity is committed to the principle of universal access and will actively work towards providing reasonable access to all of its services, information and facilities:

Disability Specific Policies and Procedures

Disability Related College Policies

Disability Act 2005

Introduction

This Act was enacted in September 1st 2005 and includes a number of positive action measures designed to advance and underpin participation by people with disabilities in everyday life. In particular, Part 3 of the Act contains a number of obligations specifically related to public bodies, including Trinity College Dublin that are in effect since 31st December 2005.

The objective of Part 3 of the Disability Act 2005 (PDF) is to ensure that an integrated access to public buildings and services is available to people with and without disabilities. This means access to the public parts of public buildings, information and services provided by public bodies. This also includes services provided directly by Trinity College Dublin, services purchased and provided on our behalf, services supplied / provided to us and information provided by Trinity College Dublin. These aspects of Part 3 of the Disability Act 2005 (Sections 25,26,27,28 & 29) are in force since 31st December 2005.

In accordance with the Act an Access Officer and two Inquiry Officers has been appointed for Trinity College Dublin.

To set out a complaint against the above act please click this link to find the complaint procedure.

Trinity College Access Officer

As legislated for in the Disability Act 2005, the appointed Access Officer for Trinity College Dublin is Mr. Declan Treanor, Director, College Disability Service. He is available to help you with any queries that you might have or assistance you may require in relation to the accessibility of information and services provided by TCD. Declan can be contacted directly by e-mail dtreanor@tcd.ie or phone (00 353) 1 896 3475.

Inquiry Officers

The University has appointed two Inquiry Officers to process complaints which people with disabilities may have in relation to the services offered by Trinity College Dublin. The Inquiry Officer will investigate a complaint and report their findings in writing to both the Provost and the complainant.

For Students:
Ms Helen Richardson,
Undergraduate Student Support Officer,
Senior Tutor’s Office,
House 27.
Tel: 01 896 1095
E-Mail: Helen.Richardson@tcd.ie


Ms Gillian Roddie,
Postgraduate Student Support Officer,
Senior Tutor’s Office,
House 27.
Tel: 01 896 1417
E-Mail: Gillian.Roddie@tcd.ie

For Staff:
Ms. Sheena Browne,
Secretary's Office,
West Theatre,
Trinity College Dublin,
Dublin 2.
Tel +353 1 896 2197
E-mail brownsh@tcd.ie