Dr. Esther Murphy is the Technology and Innovation Lead at Trinity's Centre for Ageing & Intellectual Disability. Esther is PI for two research projects with a focus on digital inclusion for people with intellectual disabilities. 1) EIT Health funded "Digi-ID: accessible digital skills education programme for people with intellectual disabilities" 2) IRC New Foundations study "Questions of Inclusion; what inclusion means for people with intellectual disabilities"
Research interests include: digital inclusion, person centred engagement with technology to enhance social & health outcomes, social inclusion and person-centred planning, mental health & well being and inclusive education across the life cycle.
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