Respond in a partnership with Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI) are
embarking on a ground breaking new concept to develop a ‘Brain
The partnership between GBHI and Respond aims to examine our
understanding of brain health and how it can be applied to housing
design and to the provision and development of sustainable
communities. This approach inherently touches on social justice and
equity, reflecting both Respond and GBHI’s core mission and
identity. Housing and the built environment can impact on brain health
and cognitive development and ‘having a home’ can contribute
significantly to an individual’s well-being, quality of life and
their capacity to recover from illness and adversity.
This initiative is in its early stages and seeks to develop,
implement, and evaluate a model framework for establishing a brain
health friendly community. It is envisaged that this project will be a
‘pathfinder’ to establish ‘proof of concept’ for the model
framework developed, which will then be replicable in other settings
We now wish to contract a consultant, researcher or organisation to
develop an evaluation framework for the Brain Health Village Project,
who can bring the required ‘academic rigour’ and expertise in
developing this exciting concept. APPLICANTS ARE NOT REQUIRED TO HAVE
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE OR KNOWLEDGE OF THESE SPECIFIC SUBJECT AREAS.
The total budget to develop the evaluation framework is €**Apply on
the website**,**Apply on the website** (incl VAT).
The deadline for receiving submissions is by 2pm, 9th March **Apply on
Full details on the requirements of the tender and the process for
submitting proposals are contained in the tender document that can be
found at the link below.
If you would like any further information, please contact Reyhana
Cushnan, Policy Manager by email to: **Apply on the website**.
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