Scroll to read some featured IASLT statements and pre-budget submissions, you will find a full library listed further down the page.
The communication disability Aphasia has garnered much media attention recently. In recent coverage, it has been inaccurately described as a cognitive disorder.
The Irish Association of Speech & Language Therapists, welcomes the Mental Health Commission’s confirmation that the Inspector of Mental Health Services will conduct an independent review of Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) nationally.
Written in response to the consultation call on behalf of IASLT by Aoife Carolan MIASLT & Dr Molly Manning MIASLT
The Irish Academy of Audiology and Irish Association of Speech and Language Therapists have today issued a joint statement on the Use of Clear Face Masks.
IASLT welcomes the level of support received nationally from the public and various County Councils – in response to proposals to install communication boards in playgrounds.
The IASLT endorse the views of the expert group who have made a number of recommendations in relation to the mental health act
Joint statement regarding experiences of the Health Service Executive Assessment of Need Preliminary Team Assessment process.
The IASLT welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the development of a new Youth Justice Strategy for 2020-2026.