Eye Health Research Opportunity for Adults with Down syndrome Over 25


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Everyone has changes in their eyes as they get older.

Younger people can usually see things better than older people. 

Changes in eyesight might happen earlier for people with Down syndrome. 

We need to know more about eye changes in people with Down syndrome.

We need research about what happens to the eyes of people with Down syndrome as they get older.

Trinity College Dublin and Progressive Vision Research are working on a research project.

You and your family can find out more about the research by coming to a webinar.

The webinar will be online on Monday, June 26th at 7:30 in the evening.



General Information

Trinity College Dublin and Progressive Vision Research are working on a research project centred around the topic of eye ageing in people with Down Syndrome. The research will focus on people with Down syndrome aged 25 or older.

The researchers aim to gain a deeper understanding of the specific challenges and requirements related to eye health in people in the Down Syndrome community. Through this research, they hope to uncover insights that can contribute to improved eye health outcomes and overall well-being.

A webinar is scheduled for Monday, June 26th at 7:30 pm. This webinar will serve as an opportunity for members of Down Syndrome Ireland to learn more about this research project and to give feedback to the researchers on what eye-related matters are important to the Down Syndrome community.


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.




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