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Don’t hesitate to contact us with questions!

If you think you may need our support, please reach out to us at [email protected]. We are happy to help with any concerns or general questions. The Trinity Ability co_op mostly meet up in the An Mheitheal space for events, and is located in the Trinity disAbility Hub, Printing House Square. This space is fully accessible, and wheelchair lift access is available.

How to find the disAbility Hub in Printing House Square

Directions to Trinity disAbility Hub in Printing House Square

There are lots more videos on the disAbility Service YouTube webpage (opens in a new tab).

Follow Trinity Ability co_op online

The Trinity Ability co_op  has a variety of social media accounts, where we share our advocacy initiatives and other information related to inclusion, disability rights, and the Trinity community. Follow us for updates by clicking the links below.

You can also listen to podcasts by the Trinity Ability co_op on Spotify (opens in a new tab).

Visit the Trinity Ability co_op Linktree page (opens in a new tab).

Visit the Trinity Ability co_op X page (opens in a new tab).

Visit the Trinity Ability co_op Instagram page (opens in a new tab).

Visit the Trinity Ability co_op Facebook page (opens in a new tab).

Visit the Trinity Ability co_op LinkedIn page (opens in a new tab).

Visit the Trinity Ability co_op YouTube page (opens in a new tab).

Website accessibility feedback

Trinity Ability co_op is committed to helping to provide a college environment that is inclusive, and accessible to individuals with disabilities. If you cannot access content or use our website due to a disability, please let us know by filling out the Accessibility feedback form (opens in a new tab).

Trinity disAbility Service

TCD disAbility Service (DS) aims to provide appropriate advice, support and information to help students and staff with disabilities. The DS works across Trinity College Dublin to provide support and accommodations related to disability for Trinity students and staff. Most cases in which you need a concrete outcome or accommodation from Trinity due to disability or illness involve the DS. If your disability will involve getting accommodations from Trinity it is worthwhile to reach out to the DS as early as possible. Visit the Trinity disAbility Service website (opens in a new tab).

Need an accommodation? The disAbility Service (DS) engages in an interactive process with each student to determine appropriate accommodations.

Visit the How to Apply for Reasonable Accommodations with the Disability Service webpage (opens in a new tab).

Once registered with the disAbility Service (DS) students can  request access to a range of disability supports and resources that help the student reach their full potential while studying. Most students’ needs are accommodated through these supports. Visit the Disability Supports webpage (opens in a new tab).

TCD Sense

TCD Sense is a major initiative that aims to make Trinity College Dublin more inclusive by reviewing and improving new and existing spaces, building sensory awareness, and delivering specialist supports to students who experience barriers to managing and adapting the sensory environments of college. Visit the TCD Sense homepage (opens in a new tab).

View the TCD Sensory Campus Map (opens in a new tab). This map provides information about the sensory environments in different areas of Trinity. It also provides physical access information for buildings across campus

Trinity College Dublin Student’s Union (TCDSU)

TCDSU represents all of Trinity’s student population, providing a number of essential services – academic support, welfare, events, campaigns.

Visit the TCDSU webpage (opens in a new tab).

Student Counselling Service

The Student Counselling Service offers a free,  confidential and non-judgmental support to registered students at Trinity College Dublin who are experiencing personal and/or academic concerns.

Visit the Student Counselling Service webpage (opens in a new tab).


The DU Neurodiversity Society (DUNeS) is a TCD Student Society. Exploring neurodiversity, and enhancing student lives. To find out more about DUNeS, please visit the DUNeS webpage (opens in a new tab).

Safezone App

SafeZone is a voluntary app that increases the security and safety of students and staff while in a Trinity location. It provides immediate access to Trinity resources to aid in cases of emergencies or when an alert is raised. Download the App from the Apple App Store or Google Play store (details included in the following link): (opens in a new tab).

JAM Cards

JAM (Just a minute) Cards (opens in a new tab) are available in the Disability Service Drop-in and office, Trinity disAbility Hub, Printing House Square. JAM Card allows people with a hidden disability or communication barrier to tell others that they need extra time and understanding in a private and easy way.

Speak Out

As a member of the Trinity community, you have the right to study or work in an environment that is free from bullying, harassment, and sexual misconduct. Speak Out provides the opportunity for you to make the University aware of incidents that you have either experienced or witnessed by reporting them anonymously. Visit the Speak Out webpage to lean more (opens in a new tab).

Trinity Accessibility and Sustainability Event Generator

The Accessibility and Sustainability Event Generator is designed to provide clear and concise access information for events. Having clear information is very important for an event to be as sustainable, accessible, and inclusive as possible, and ensuring that physical and digital spaces are accessible to everyone. No event is truly accessible without the information to say that it is. Ensuring that events are fully accessible is crucial for inclusivity. Fostering a sense of belonging in events ensures success for all. Visit the Accessibility and Sustainability Event Generator webpage (opens in a new tab).

Trinity College Botanic Garden – Sensory Trail

The Sensory Trail was the work of one Trinity student’s summer internship project at Trinity College Botanic Garden to create a guide to some of the Garden’s sensory elements for the benefit and well-being of students and staff. The trail currently has 18 ‘stops’: locations, plants and aspects at which to pause, observe and tune in to the different sensory elements of each. The locations of the 18 Sensory Trail stops are set on a interactive map and each has a descriptive text and audio guide. Visitors are invited to explore as many or few of the stops as they wish and in any order.

Visit the Trinity College Botanic Garden – Sensory Trail webpage (opens in a new tab).