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Course Conclusion (Rose Anne Kenny)
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Well done for completing the Strategies for Successful Ageing course! I hope you have enjoyed these five weeks.
I would like to thank all of you for your meaningful comments and input throughout the course. By sharing your ideas and responding to comments by others, you have added to this course immensely and helped others in defining what successful ageing means to them.
I hope you have enjoyed the course as much as I have. Thank you for all your comments over the weeks, for the contributions you have made, and, most of all, thank you for taking part in this community of learners.

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If you would like to learn more about Ageing research at Trinity College Dublin or reach out to our team, please visit Trinity EngAGE Centre for Research in Ageing and The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing.
If you enjoyed this course, Trinity College also offers more free online courses in Irish History, Sustainable Development, Exercise Prescription, Intellectual Disability, and a range of postgraduate online courses.
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