Date: 31st March 2022

ASLTIP’S THERAPY TALKS IRL – learn better together


An intimate In-Real-Life event where you’ll discover the latest research to improve your knowledge and grow your independent practice.  ASLTIP members are also invited to engage with our AGM, to learn about our innovative programme of change and how they can shape its future.

One day, 9 expert speakers, 100+ delegates.

Collaborating with academics from City University, UCL and Bristol University, we bring you the latest research for evidence-based practice, along with business advice from Celia Champion and much much more. 

You’ll have the chance to mingle, collaborate and ask questions of like-minded therapists and students who also work in, or are working towards building an independent practice.

This is a unique opportunity for you to access information, resources, and expert industry knowledge, all in one place. It’s the first of its kind, and there are a limited number of tickets available, so be sure to register as soon as possible as we expect to sell out fast.

You ticket includes:

  • A seat to all nine talks as we bring you content focused on the latest research, business improvement and lived experiences of communication difficulties.
  • For ASLTIP members, the opportunity to engage with our AGM
  • Plus a sandwich lunch to make sure you’re well fuelled for this content-packed day.

Are you ready to learn better together? 

  • Full Price £65.00
  • ASLTIP member price £25.00 (subsidised by ASLTIP). 

We can’t wait to see you and places are limited so BOOK HERE


  • Transforming your private practice: Stop plodding and start rocking – Celia Champion, Owner of Painless Practice


  • What’s new in sentence therapy for aphasia? “I don’t know” – Rosemary Varley, Professor of Acquired Language Disorders, University College London


  • How do we help children with weak language skills learn to read?  – Ros Herman, Professor of Child Language and Deafness, City University of London


  • Are you looking at what I’m looking at? Observing and assessing social cognition in young children – Jennifer Warwick (SLT, Co Author the ESB Assessment Battery)


  • “Will you still need me when I’m 65?” Dementia, language and speech and language therapy interventions – Anna Volkmer, SLT National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, lecturer UCL


  • Outcomes data: a currency in the digital age of speech and language therapy – Kathryn Moyse, SLT and project lead at RCSLT


  • The Language Explorer app: using story-telling to capture the language skills of children with Developmental Language Disorder – Dr Jen Chesters, Clinical Academic SLT, Bristol University


Interested in becoming a member?

ASLTIP’s membership has been growing rapidly since 1989. We are a support organisation run by our members. The executive board is always grateful for new members and new ideas.

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