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Clever thinking during COVID-19
EIT Health - In the Community
A TOOLKIT FOR CHARITIES TO BEGIN PPI RELATIONSHIPS
New Foundations - Irish Research Council
Postgraduate Course Opportunities in Ageing and Intellectual Disability
People of all ages with an intellectual disability are highly vulnerable to the effects of Covid-19, as disability services face a myriad of concerns in this crisis. Catherine Reilly reports
Webinar for Intellectual Disability Services on How to support people with intellectual disabilities with a diagnosis of COVID-19
People with an intellectual disability vulnerable to adverse outcomes of COVID-19 warns Trinity expert
Job Vacancy - Assistant Professor in Intellectual Disability
OPENSHOP: Ageing with PrIDe - 10 Years of IDS TILDA
World Down Syndrome Day Summit explores 20 years of Trinity research into Down syndrome and dementia
Seminar-Dementia in people with Down syndrome: The state of the science
Symposium on Ageing and Intellectual Disability
IDS-TILDA Newsletter December 2018
Healthcare and People with Intellectual Disability Course
People with ID get active at the PPALs Games in Trinity College Dublin
MONTESSORI & AGEING Creating a Prepared Environment to Age in Place
Sparks Exhibition
IDS-TILDA Newsletter December 2017
IDS-TILDA Wave 3 Report Launch
Healthcare & People with Intellectual Disability Course
  • TCD opens Centre for Ageing and Intellectual Disability
  • 2017 International Summit on Ageing with an Intellectual Disability
  • Dementia highly prevalent among women with Down syndrome
  • Risk of people with Down Syndrome developing dementia significantly higher than general population.
  • In a study of older Irish women with Down Syndrome, almost all had dementia 20 years later