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Get involved in the Trinity Ability co_op!

There are lots of ways to get involved with the Trinity Ability co_op. Keep up to date by joining our Teams group. Sign up for a subcommittee Social Media Subcommittee What will this involved? The Social Media Officer will lead the Social Media Subcommittee. The subcommittee will offer support, advice and ideas to the wider co_op… Continue Reading →

Join the Trinity Ability co_op committee for 2022/23

Calling all students with disabilities! We are very excited to introduce a committee for the next year of the Trinity Ability co_op. These positions are open to all students registered with the Disability Service and involve 5 hours of work a week in the next academic year. The deadline to submit your application form (linked… Continue Reading →

Disability and Violence Against Women

Unfortunately, I have had one too many experiences with sexual violence against me. There have been instances in school where a few guys would slap my bottom but back then I wouldn’t think anything of it because I was a child back then but looking back on it, I have realised that I never consented… Continue Reading →

Washington Ireland Program

My name is Scott Byrne and this summer I was extremely fortunate to be a member of the Washington Ireland Program (WIP) Class of 2021.  The Washington Ireland Program is quite a unique program, selecting students from across the island of Ireland who have displayed a dedication to service and leadership. With each class, the… Continue Reading →

Rugby goal post in Trinity College Dublin.

Sport Inclusion in Trinity | Cristina Cernat

Participation in sports has many benefits, including physical benefits such as improving cardiovascular health and stamina, reducing stress levels and improving sleep. Depending on the sport you are doing, you can also improve certain skills such as speed, accuracy, flexibility and hand-eye coordination. Sports clubs are also a great way to socialise and meet new… Continue Reading →

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Our strategy is to provide inclusion training for both staff and students and to grow our social media presence to highlight the importance of disability inclusion

Parent Interview With Harry

Harry O’Brien from the Trinity Ability Co_op interviews his dad to share the parent perspective on going to college for the first time and navigating the first year as a student with a disability.

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