Registration information may be slightly different according to each event, so make sure that you are aware of the terms and conditions for the event that you are interested in.
Details of upcoming events, hosted by the National HSCP Office (H.S.E) and other hosts are also posted on this page. Please click on "Find Out More" for directions on how to register for these events.
SLT Research SIG lunchtime webinar: Dr Ruth Mc Menamin & Martha Killilea,, NUI Galway & PPI Ignite Network will be sharing their knowledge and experience of public and patient involvement in SLT clinical research. The learning will be invaluable for SLTs planning or involved in research.
UCD are offering a variety of training options in the area of Disability, which will be funded by the NHSCP office, beginning this month.
SLT/Ps can play a range of important roles in supporting people with communication disabilities to protect their decision-making rights - This event is organised by ESLA which is the umbrella organisation for Speech and Language Therapy (SLT) associations across Europe.
In response to members' requests we bring you an in-person day of protected time where therapists and other HSCP learn to value their own health and well-being. Facilitated by Claire McElvanna, SLT and Paula Byrne, Primary School Teacher and Holistic Wellness Educator.
Online introductory course in VFSS which will take place over 4 mornings. Provided by IIRRT, Funded by the HSCP office and open to SLTs Working in publicly funded health care settings, beginning 5th Oct '23
Learn about the importance of involving People with Communication Needs in Research from Individual and Researcher Perspectives, Patient and Public Involvement Workshop, 9th October 2023, Ashling Hotel, Dublin
We are delighted that IASLT Voice SIG are planning another study day following their very successful event in 2022
Sheila Keeshan is a Speech and Language Therapist. She has conducted research on multilingual assessment of German-English multilingual children aged 7-10 online from multilingual schools in Germany.
This interdisciplinary course will support health and social care professionals to explore, identify and develop key skills for facilitating groups effectively. This course is funded by the National HSCP Office and priority is for those in Publicly Funded Health Care Settings
SOFFI is an integrated approach to supporting oral feeding in preterm and in medically complex infants, both in the NICU and in the Early Intervention setting. This course is funded by the National HSCP Office and priority is for those in Publicly Funded Health Care Settings.
In person event for SIG committee members to be held at Solas Bhride, Co. Kildare
NHSCP funded online course addressing mental illnesses that arise across childhood and adolescence. Participants will explore accurate identification of key diagnostic characteristics and best practice approaches to assessment and treatment. Provided by Dr Blánaid Gavin & Fiona McNicholas from UCD.
What to Expect: Keynote Speakers, Workshops, Adult and Paediatric Clinician Perspectives, Case Studies, Patient Experience and much more!
Includes: Overview of Speech Sound Disorders; Assessment tools and speech analysis of articulation difficulties; Review of IPA and diacritics; Stimulability cures for articulations errors; Articulation hierarchy and progression; Generalisation tips and strategies; Case discussion and Q and A
This is an interdisciplinary event, funded by the HSCP Office, organised by The Irish Association of Social Workers ( IASW) in collaboration with IASLT, INDI, SCPI, AOTI & SCI. Priority will be given to those working in publicly funded health care settings.
AD THIS EVENT IS NOT ENDORSED/AFFILIATED BY IASLT
This event is hosted by Social Care Ireland. It is an interdisciplinary event in collaboration with the Association of Occupational Therapists in Ireland (AOTI) and the Irish Association of Speech and Language Therapists. It is funded by the National Health and Social Care Professionals Office
SAVE THE DATE!!!! IASLT Biennial Conference 2023 “Refocus and Reimagine - Moving Forward Together” on the 5th and 6th December 2023 online.
Interdisciplinary training course, supported by funding from the National HSCP Office, in collaboration with The Irish Nutrition and Dietetic Institute (INDI).
Developmental Language Disorder in Older Children, Young People and Adults: Identification, Assessment and Management.
SAVE THE DATE! 2 hour webinar, 12th January 2024. More Details and Registration Opening soon
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