This page provides information about our work in Scotland.
How to grow national assets by breaking the intergenerational cycle of speech, language and communication needs. The Scottish Government / RCSLT Communication Summit was held on 26th October 2016 in Edinburgh.
- (June 2015)
- (April 2015)
- Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014 (March 2014)
- Allied Health Professions National Delivery Plan in 89 words (November 2012)
- Presentation on the Allied Health Professions National Delivery Plan - highlighting points relevant to speech and language therapy (November 2012)
- Briefing note on the Allied Health Professions National Delivery Plan (August 2012)
- What do SLTs do? (May 2012)
- Briefing for the Scottish Parliament Justice Committee on speech, language and communication needs in the criminal justice system (February 2012)
- Health & Sport Committee Inquiry into Recruitment and Retention (August 2016)
- RCSLT response to Ready to Act: a transformational plan for children and young people requiring support from Allied Health Professionals (November 2015)
- RCSLT written evidence to the Scottish Parliament's Justice Committee on the Community Justice Bill (August 2015)
- RCSLT response to draft statutory guidance associated with Children and Young People’s (Scotland) Act 2014 (May 2015)
- Advanced dementia consultation response: developing the 8 pillars model of community support (February 2015)
- RCSLT response to Public Bodies (Joint Working)(Scotland) Bill (January 2015)
- RCSLT brief consultation on proposals to introduce a statutory duty of candour for health and social services (January 2015)
- Statutory duty of candour for health and social care services respondent informationform (January 2015)
- RCSLT Speech, language and communication and early years health inequalities: the cycle generation after generation (August 2014)
- Response to consultation on the Children and Young People Bill (September 2012)
- Response to consultation ‘Making justice work for victims and witnesses: Victims and Witnesses Bill’ (July 2012)
- Response to the draft Allied Health Professions National Delivery Plan (May 2012)
- Earlier consultation responses
- Scottish parliament 2016 Elections
- Draft manifesto of asks for Holyrood 2016 Election
- Giving Voice - aims to ‘give voice’ to people with speech, language and communication needs, to ensure their needs and those of their carers and families, are met. We equip our members to demonstrate locally how speech and language therapy makes a difference to individuals and society, whilst RCSLT officers work to engage decision makers and the media at a national level.
- Youth offenders and criminal justice
- Improvements in stroke care
Email Kim Hartley Kean, RCSLT Scotland Policy Officer, or telephone 0131 226 5250.
Postal address: 49 North Castle Street, Edinburgh EH2 3BG.