Our Committees

Alternative/Augmentative Communication

Aphasia

Audiology

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Child Language

Child Speech

Cleft Palate and Craniofacial

Dysphagia

Phoniatrics Committee

Education of SLT & Audiology

Fluency

Motor Speech

Multilingual-Multicultural Affairs

Voice Disorder

Affiliated Society Membership

There are 3 types of membership of Affiliate Society, depending on the profile of the organization. Category A Society Membership: National organizations in communication sciences and disorders having individual members among their membership. Examples of this category are The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA ), Speech Pathology Australia (SPA)and The Egyptian Society for Phoniatrics and Logopedics. (ESPL) Category B Society Membership: Multinational, regional, or local organizations in communication sciences and disorders having individual members among their membership. Category C Society Membership: Multinational, national, regional, or local organizations in communication sciences and disorders comprised of Societies as their membership. When your National Society/Association wishes to join the IALP as an Affiliated Society, please fill in and send the Application Form for IALP Affiliated Membership below.

Please fill in and send the Application Form for IALP Affiliated Membership below:

We also need to receive (in English) your:

1. Mission Statement

2. By-Laws/Constitution and/or Regulations


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Student Membership

An individual enrolled for part- or full-time study for preregistration, undergraduate or postgraduate studies directly related to the field of human communication disorders and sciences at a formal education institution. Students must provide official evidence of enrolment at the time of joining the Association and/or registering for a congress/composium.

Individual Membership

On behalf of the IALP I would like to thank you for considering membership in our global organisation of professionals.