International Stammering Awareness Day 22nd October
In preparation for International Stuttering Awareness Day on 22nd October, the Irish Stammering Association says: “Creating a week of online events around International Stuttering Awareness Day provides an opportunity for the ISA to showcase the range of supports that we offer to children, teenagers and adults who stammer, as well as friends, family and employers. […]
It’s DLD Day!
Happy DLD Awareness Day! Looking forward to seeing many of our national landmarks and monuments light up in purple or yellow, joining hundreds of others around the world #RADLD #IASLT #letstalk
World MS Day 2020 – Saturday 30th May
See what our Speech and Language Therapists have to say about Multiple Sclerosis Multiple Sclerosis: How can a Speech and Language Therapist Help? Speech and swallowing problems are common in Multiple Sclerosis. The part of the brain responsible for the muscle control of the lips, tongue, soft palate, vocal chords or respiratory system can be […]
It’s Autism Awareness Day!
People all over the country are wearing blue today (2nd April 2020) to raise awareness of autism, and the needs of people with this diagnosis. At The Speech Centre we have come to know many individuals and families with autism over the years, and we see the joy and frustration that people with autism experience […]
Training course in Dementia – Mallow
The Speech Centre in MPHC Mallow is running an information and training evening for family members and carers of people with dementia. The focus will be on practical ways to shape conversations so that people with dementia can take part, no matter what stage of dementia they are at.
Talking to People with Dementia; Information / Training Evening for family members and carers
We are delighted to announce our workshops for family members and carers of people with dementia which will take place this November in Killarney and Mallow. The workshops will focus on how dementia affects communication, how to talk to somebody with dementia and tips and strategies to help conversation. Please book in advance in order to avoid disappointment!← Back to the resources page