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Trinity Centre for Ageing and Intellectual Disability Research Collaborations

Making Impact Around the World

Ireland

Health Research Board, Department of Health, Tallaght University Hospital, Health Service Executive, National Federation of Voluntary Bodies, Inclusion Ireland, Down syndrome Ireland, National Disability Authority, Tilda, GBHI, Alzheimer Society, IRC Foundation, All Ireland Institute of Palliative Care, Waterford Institute of Technology, IT Tralee, University of Limerick, NUI Galway, Ability West, Brothers of Charity, Aras Attracta, Camphill Community, Cope Foundation, Cheeverstown, Cumas, Delta, Daughters of Charity, Gheel, Kare, Kerry Parents and Friends, Muiriosa Foundation, Peamount Healthcare, Prosper, SOS Kilkenny, ReHab Care, St Hildas, St John of God, St Michaels House, Stewarts Care, Sunbeam, WALK, Age and Opportunity

Europe

Jerome Lejeune Institute Paris, University of Caen Normandy, Parc Sanitari Sant Joan de Déu Barcelona, Fundacio Catalana Sindrome de Downs Barcelona, University of Cambridge, Kings College London, Cardiff University, Royal College of Psychiatrists UK, Bournemouth University, Erasmus MC Rotterdam, Academisch Ziekenhuis Groningen, Technical University of Munich, LMU Munich, Ageing & Health NAU Oslo, University of Gothenburg, Karolinska University, Sweden, Glasgow University, Manchester Metropolitan University, Madopa France

North America and Canada

Duke University North Carolina, Temple University Philadelphia, Reena Toronto

Australia

Centre for Disability Studies, University of Sydney, University of South Wales

Asia

Tsao Foundation and Khoo Teck Puat Hospital

Research Project Collaborations

Testimonials

All Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care is a long-time collaborator with Trinity Centre for Ageing and Intellectual Disability and is highly supportive of the research centre’s continued excellence in undertaking research which informs policy and debate at international, national and local level. As an urgent response to COVID, within 2020, AIIHPC collaborated with TCAID on delivering eight highly successful webinars for health and social care professionals working with Intellectual Disability Services. These were attended by 6264 people from the island of Ireland and internationally and the videos from the sessions have subsequently been viewed by 5190 people.

Karen Charnley, Director, All Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care