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ASLTIP is pleased to provide commissioners of speech and language therapy services and those seeking to have their services commissioned with information. 

All ASLTIP members are registered members of both the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and are committed to good business standards.
ASLTIP holds a register of its members and provides a searchable database of speech therapists who are available to members of the public.

Speech and Language Therapists assess communication and swallowing problems and then give treatment to enable people to communicate to the best of their ability, and/or advice on safe swallowing. Speech therapists work with the client's family where necessary and may also give advice to schools and medical personnel.

Members’ entries list their areas of experience and expertise in clinical areas. 

ASLTIP’s membership covers a breadth of expertise working with clients across the lifespan including the following areas of practice:

  • Neonatal feeding
  • Developmental speech and language disabilities
  • Social and pragmatic communication issues
  • Communication difficulties related to hearing impairment
  • Cochlear implant
  • Reading and writing difficulties
  • Stammering (stuttering)
  • Voice related issues after injury, misuse or disease
  • Voice related issues for transgender people
  • Eating, drinking and swallowing difficulties
  • Augmentative communication use
  • Communication and cognitive difficulties after stroke or head injury
  • Communication difficulties related to degenerative diseases
  • Dementia related communication issues

Members may also have experience in delivery of services for a range of settings, including:

  • Early years settings
  • Schools and colleges
  • Hospitals
  • Nursing and care homes
  • Day centres
  • Therapy centres


This page updated on Dec 03 2014 04:24 PM