As part of our commitment to meeting your CPD needs and requests, we now offer access to some of our recent webinars in this section. Some are available to members only, some are accessible to all, some are free, and some require a contribution. Please click on each webinar for more specific information.
Join Dr. Ciaran Kenny, Trinity College Dublin, for a presentation on Voice Disorders, followed by a Q&A session with Dr. Patricia Gillivan-Murphy, Mater Hospital.
Presented by Stacey Daly MIASLT and Rita Kouider MIASLT, November 2020.
With Dr. Carol Anne Murphy MIASLT, Principles & approaches to assessment & diagnosis, Describing the features of DLD in a written report , Ideal SLT provision for children/young people with DLD
Facilitating Student placements during the covid-19 pandemic, Recorded on 03.12.2020
IASLT and Emer Foley MIASLT were delighted to host a self care for SLTs workshop, Broadcast in September 2020
Did you know that a number of webinar recordings & associated presentations including "Making Difficult Conversations" are now available to members
Webinar 2: The overall project includes webinars and training with the aim of developing an inclusive and interdisciplinary community of practice to provide professional support and to explore ideas for “Supporting Emotions with Aphasia” in clinical practice.
Presented by Jennifer Grundulis
ACCD SIG & SLT Dementia Network Supported By IASLT Tuesday 25th May 2021 9.30-12.30
presented by Roz Fitzgerald, SLT and Greta Cronin, OT as part of the IASLT & Autism SIG Study Day Part 2
Elaine describes how we can implement a pro-neurodiversity approach in our practice.
With Dr. Tricia McCabe, Webinar 1 of 2, supported by the national HSCP office
telepractice in the field of SLT, choosing a platform, the research, adapting to your service, reflection on the challenges and opportunities of this service delivery model.
Watch back the webinar
presented by Jennifer Grundulis October 2020
This webinar focuses on telepractice in the context of SLT hosted by Kate Boot, preparing for a session, using Zoom as an online platform, the evidence base, useful websites, guidance on resources