What happened to IASLTPP?

The Irish Association of Speech and Language Therapists in Private Practice (IASLTPP) was renamed Independent Speech-Language Therapists in Ireland (ISTI) in January 2015.  So the IASLTPP hasn’t gone anywhere, we’ve just changed our name!



All members of the Independent Speech-Language Therapists of Ireland are fully qualified speech and language therapists with at least two years postgraduate experience.

The search feature on this website does not include every SLT working in private practice in Ireland. It contains only qualified speech and language therapists in private who choose to submit a listing.  To check on the qualifications of a therapist not listed on this site, contact www.CORU.ie. CORU is the statutory body for speech therapists in Ireland

This information is offered as a service to the public and members of our profession. The accuracy of the listings is the responsibility of individuals listed. ISTI does not accept responsibility for the content  on the individual members’ web pages or the services provided by any individual listed therein. The database does not constitute a recommendation of any speech and language therapist by our association. 

Members of the public are advised to inquire as to the qualifications and experience of the therapist.

Is my child too young for speech and language therapy?

Early intervention is key in helping children with their speech, language and communication skills. Depending on the difficulty, it may be appropriate to intervene right from the first months of life when critical advice can be given to advance communication development. In these early stages, parents can learn invaluable techniques to use in the child’s natural environment. If you suspect that your child’s speech, language or communication is delayed, you should seek the advice of a speech and language therapist.