‘How to Age Well: Evidence from TILDA’
A new seminar series created by the GAA, TILDA, & Irish Life, aims to educate the people of Ireland on the secrets to remaining healthy as we grow older, especially through engagement within the GAA.
In an era where we are all expected to live longer, the GAA and the TILDA project, Ireland’s longitudinal study of ageing based in Trinity College Dublin, have come together to highlight the secrets to successful ageing in a series of free community seminars, kindly supported by Irish Life.
Talks by Professor Rose Anne Kenny will take place in locations in Longford, Limerick, Donegal, Cork, and Mayo, with GAA ambassadors from the participating counties attending the launches.
Pictured above are (from left) Vice-Chairperson of Dublin GAA Health & Wellbeing Committee and TILDA Niall Turner, Chairperson of Dublin GAA Health & Wellbeing Committee Ger McTavish, Professor Rose Anne Kenny of TILDA Trinity College & GAA Community & Health manager Colin Regan.