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  • 51 Bracken Rd., Sandyford, Dublin, Ireland. D18 CV48

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For more information about IASLT please see below.

  • You receive our monthly electronic newsletter - if you are not receiving this newsletter please email
  • Members can access a range of information in the members area of our website, including access to printed guidelines on many topics and recorded webinars. 
  • You can read the latest research and evidence in our journal 'Advances in Communication and Swallowing".
  • Members can access IASLT publications ranging from the latest clinical guidelines to public information leaflets. 
  • Members receive regular email updates from IASLT. 
  • You can listen to conversations about  current topics in Podcast Series  "IASLT in Conversation".
  • IASLT is active across social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Linkedin.

  • IASLT members are advised to use the term ‘MIASLT’ as part of their signature on all documentation relating to their professional practice. 
  • These letters are a symbol of your professional identity and position in the IASLT community.

  • Advertisements regarding job opportunities. 
  • The latest news regarding CPD opportunities and SLT initiatives.
  • IASLT publications ranging from the latest clinical guidelines to public information leaflets.
  • Recorded CPD webinars on various topics.
  • Your CPD portfolio for recording your CPD requirements.
  • Access to IASLT Podcasts - 'IASLT in Conversation.'
  • Access to copies of the IASLT monthly newsletter.
  • Access to the IASLT Learning Centre.
  • IASLT promotes research survey participation on our website.

In November 2017, IASLT re-signed the International Agreement of Mutual Recognition of Professional Associations, updating the 2008 agreement with the following associations

This amended agreement came into effect on 1st of January 2018.  If applying for membership of an association overseas,  that has signed this agreement, IASLT full members may apply through the MRA process. Likewise members from the above international organisations can apply to be members of IASLT through the MRA process.  All other membership categories must apply through the associations ‘standard route’. The MRA route is open to full members of IASLT who have completed one full calendar year as a Full member and have renewed into a second year. IASLT members should contact the professional body of interest directly regarding individual requirements for recognition in that association.