The New Zealand Speech-language Therapists’ Association (NZSTA) is the national professional body of speech-language therapists in Aotearoa New Zealand.
We are committed to supporting all New Zealanders with the life essentials – effective communication and safe swallowing. These life essentials contribute to our well-being.
This site contains information for parents, clients and families on speech-language therapy and for practising speech-language therapists.
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Tikanga Rua Ki Mua: towards biculturalism in speech-language therapy
Kōrero Connect is proud to be hosting this one-off wananga. Matauranga Māori will allow safe spaces to critically discuss the barriers and enablers regarding the hikoi towards Tikanga Rua in SLT Aotearoa (biculturalism in SLT NZ).Event information
Bilingual Children with Speech and Language Difficulties by Dr Sean Pert
This series of two 3.5hr hour tele-training modules is intended for speech-language therapists working with children whose home language is not English and/or those who have a special interest in providing equitable assessment and treatment for children who speak two or more languages, and experience speech and language difficulties affecting both/all of their languages.Event information
Translating evidence into practice: effective oral narrative intervention for school-age children by Laura Glisson
This 3 hour short course is intended for speech-language therapists working with school-age children with language difficulties, including those with developmental language disorder.Event information