Darren Mc Causland
Research Fellow, School of Nursing & Midwifery
Publications and Further Research Outputs
McCausland D., McCallion, P., Brennan, D., McCarron, M, Interpersonal relationships of older adults with an intellectual disability in Ireland, Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 2017, p1 - 14
McCausland, D., Brennan, D., McCarron, M, Using th eWHO's ICF as a theoretical framework for the study of social participation for older people with intellectual disability, IASSID Congress, Melbourne, Australia, 15th - 19th August, 2016
McCausland, D., McCallion, P., Cleary,E., McCarron, M, Social Connections for Older People with Intellectual Disabilities in Ireland: Results from Wave 1 of IDS-TILDA, Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 29, (1), 2015, p71 - 82
McCausland, D., McCarron, M, Social engagement, HSE & DOH, June, 2014
McCausland, D., McCarron, M., McCallion, P., Brennan, D, An exploration of the experiences of community for older people with intellectual disability in Ireland, 14th Helathcare interdisciplinary Research Conference & Student Colloqium, School of Nursing & Midwifery, Trinity College, November, 2013
DescriptionResearch Fellow with the Intellectual Disability Supplement to The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (IDS-TILDA), with a focus on ageing and ID. I have a particular interest in the social and community participation of people with intellectual disability. My PhD from Trinity College Dublin examined rates and outcomes of social participation for older people with ID in Ireland. Currently working on research about long-term future care planning for older adults with ID living with their family. Other interests include person centered planning, inclusive methodologies, and sociological questions of community, inclusion and social capital.
- The Intellectual Disability Supplement to The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (IDS-TILDA) is a longitudinal study of aging among people with ID aged 40 years and older in Ireland. Currently in Wave 3 of the study.
- Funding Agency
Irish Disability Studies Association