Older people may harbour ageist attitudes about specialist services for older people. Photograph: iStockphoto

(...). Prof Desmond O’Neill is a consultant physician in geriatric and stroke medicine and professor of(...)

Alice (Julianne Moore) and her daughter (Kristen Stewart) are united by love and shared vulnerability in ‘Still Alice’.

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Most of us have the opportunity for a longer and richer relationship with parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles. Photograph: Thinkstock

(...) thought and a much closer union between our family and societal views of older people. Prof Des O’Neill(...)

(...) life – and eventually render our Profanisaurus of ageing redundant. Des O’Neill is a consultant(...)

‘Thirty to 40 per cent of older people will suffer a further loss of function while in hospital.’  Photograph: Thinskstock Images

(...) voluntary services are the appropriate setting for any new initiatives. Desmond O’Neill is a consultant(...)

Building resilience towards fragility requires a lifelong process of development and practise of relevant attitudes and qualities.

(...). Prof Des O’Neill is a consultant in geriatric and stroke medicine. His book, Ageing and Caring: A Guide(...)

(...) with the sciences of gerontology would make Ireland a leading light in an ageing world. Prof Desmond O’Neill(...)

Composer Ian Wilson looks on as the Irish Chamber Orchestra gives a performance of his work at the stroke unit, Tallaght hospital, Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

(...)@rcpi.ie. Prof Des O’Neill is a consultant in geriatric and stroke medicine (...)

One of the good things about the Irish health system is that the HSE has accepted that a significant proportion of the physicians working in acute medical units should be geriatricians, given that older people are a key client group for medical services. Photograph: Thinkstock

(...) with both hands. Desmond O’Neill is a consultant physician in geriatric and stroke medicine and(...)

Most of us will live beyond 65, and about one in 10 of us will be affected by dementia. Photograph: Thinkstock

(...) of us who will have it in the future, deserve nothing less. Prof Des O’Neill is a consultant in(...)