Welcome to the website of the Irish Association of Speech and Language Therapists

Welcome to the website of the Irish Association of Speech and Language Therapists

The Irish Association of Speech & Language Therapists (IASLT) is the recognised professional body representing Speech & Language Therapists in Ireland. IASLT's mission is to support and empower SLTs through setting standards, informing policy and service delivery, fostering excellence in professional practice, advancing science and advocating for members and those they serve. IASLT strives to provide up-to-date information for the general public to aid in the understanding of disorders of communication and swallowing and to increase awareness of and advocate for Speech and Language Therapy services in Ireland. IASLT also provides professional supports and detailed information for SLTs currently working or considering working in Ireland.

Our Vision: Everyone will have the right to live well, irrespective of communication or eating, drinking and swallowing difficulties.

Why be a member?

Being a member of IASLT means that you are part of the community of speech and language therapists in Ireland. It allows you to connect with professional issues which influence your practice and provides the supports to maintain standards of practice and education.

Support for your continuous professional development (CPD).

Access to exclusive insurance schemes with Arachas Insurance.

Considering practicing SLT abroad ? Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA) with several International SLT Associations.

Access to a vibrant community of SLTs, progressing our profession and advocating for all those with communication and swallowing needs.

Types of membership available:

Your Learning Centre

IASLT facilitates members learning, by listening and responding to their professional development needs; by arranging relevant, motivating training and reflective learning opportunities and supporting members in fulfilling CPD requirements both as IASLT members and CORU registered therapists.