Adult Speech and Language Therapy - Dublin South West

Speech and Language Therapists provide assessment, diagnosis and therapy for adults with a wide range of acquired communication and/ or swallowing difficulties (i.e., dysphagia).

Tel: 076 695 7571

Who do we see?

We see people over 18 years who:

  • Have acquired communication difficulties (e.g., following stroke or neurological diagnosis), acquired swallowing difficulties and/ or voice difficulties.
  • Live in the Dublin South West catchment area, which includes Dublin 24, Dublin 12 and parts of Dublin 6W.

What type of communication and/or swallowing difficulties do we work with?

We see adults who present with:

  • Acquired communication difficulties (e.g., aphasia, dysarthria).
  • Acquired swallowing difficulties (i.e., dysphagia).
  • Voice difficulties.

How do I refer?

We operate an open referral policy. Referrals can be made by completing the referral form below. We accept self-referrals, referrals by G.P’s. or any member of the Primary Care Team (e.g., Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist, Public Health Nurse).

Adult speech and language referral form - Dublin South, Kildare and West Wicklow.docx (size 62.8 KB)

Send completed referral forms by post to:

Adult Speech and Language Therapy
Tallaght Cross Primary Care Centre
Russell Building
Tallaght Cross West
Tallaght, Dublin 24

Useful websites

IASLT.ie - The Irish Association of Speech and Language Therapist’s provides general information for parents/clients on speech and language therapy

ISTI.ie - The Independent Speech-Language Therapists of Ireland’s provides information about Speech and Language Therapists working in private practice in Ireland

Useful Information

C.H.A.T. – Free group for people with aphasia, following stroke to come for a chat in a supportive environment. The group is facilitated by Speech and Language Therapists. It meets on the first Thursday of the month in Rua Red café, Tallaght at 11.30am - 12.30pm. Tel: 076 695 7571

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