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Thanks and goodbye!

Well done for completing the Improving Health Assessments for People with an Intellectual Disability course! We hope you have enjoyed this short course and that it encourages you to embrace reasonable adjustment in your work with people with an intellectual disability.

We would like to thank all of you for your meaningful comments and input throughout the course.

Where do I go from here?

Earn a Postgraduate award with Trinity College

We would like to invite you to consider pursuing further study with us. The School of Nursing and Midwifery at Trinity College Dublin is ranked as Ireland’s leading university and 36th in the world (QS Ranking, 2017). The School offers many undergraduate and postgraduate courses based in Dublin, Ireland.

Find out more information about our MSc/PG Diploma/PG Certificate in Ageing Health and Wellbeing in Intellectual Disability where Eilish is the course director, starting in September 2018.

Click on this link to learn more about the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Trinity College Dublin.

If you enjoyed this course, Trinity College also offers other free online courses on the Book of Kells, Irish History, Strategies for Successful Ageing and a range of postgraduate online courses.

Acknowledgement

Please note that this course was funded via a grant from EIT Health. We would like to thank them for their support with this course.

Get extra benefits, upgrade your course

You can now get extra benefits by upgrading this course, including:

Unlimited access to the course: Go at your own pace with unlimited access to the course for as long as it exists on FutureLearn.

Access to tests: Ensure you’ve mastered the material with access to tests on the course.

A Certificate of Achievement: To help you demonstrate your learning, we will send you a Certificate of Achievement when you become eligible.

Find out more.

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