Category Archives: Events

Giving Voice Awards and RCSLT Honours news coverage

  Musselburgh therapist honoured for innovation - East Lothian News, 8 December 2021 Moor House school pupils involved in Giving Voice awards art workshop - Surrey Today, 6 December 2021 Award winning speech and language team - The Berwickshire News & East Lothian Herald, 2 December 2012. Ford Congratulates Youth Justice team for Giving Voice award - [...]

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Giving Voice Awards 2012

Sophie Garner performs live at the awards

The second Giving Voice Awards took place at the Church House Conference Centre in London on 27 November. The awards celebrate the creativity, commitment and achievements of speech and language therapy champions across the UK. Highlighting how speech and language therapy transform lives. Look at the photos from this year’s ceremony Watch our Giving Voice Awards 2012 [...]

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Northern Ireland Voice Box Awards 2012

Last year's Voice Box Awards

Do you know any good jokes? Are you the funniest in your school? The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists is working with the Northern Ireland Assembly to raise awareness of speech, language and communication difficulties. As part of our Giving Voice campaign the RCSLT is running a competition to find the funniest pupils [...]

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Northern Ireland Voice Box Awards 2011

The Senate Chamber at Stormont, more used to witnessing political debates, was the setting for the culmination of the RCSLT Giving Voice campaign in Northern Ireland on 8 November 2011. MLAs joined local children from both mainstream and specialist schools, for a fantastic joke-telling competition that celebrated the importance and the fun of communication. It [...]

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Stormont Lobby Event - Sept 2011

Despite severe gales on the day, attendees were not deterred and we had a great turn out. In total 18 Northern Ireland SLTs, one assistant, three students and three service users joined our mass mobilisation event in Stormont Parliament Buildings to lobby 31 MLAs. We would like to say thank you to everyone who was [...]

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Giving Voice Westminster Rally 2011

An enormous thank you from us, the RCSLT, to everybody who took part in the Giving Voice Mass Mobilisation Westminster Event on Tuesday 18th October and for making it such a success. We were thrilled at how many of you turned out – and impressed by the number of MPs who took the time to see [...]

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Giving Voice Mass Mobilisation Events 2011

Giving Voice: Come Together! Across the UK, RCSLT members are engaging with their local politicians as part of the Giving Voice campaign. By meeting politicians, inviting them to visit local services and attend events, SLTs are getting the message across that speech and language therapy transforms lives. To safeguard the future of SLT services, it [...]

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Giving Voice Award Ceremony 2011

The Giving Voice Awards took place on Tuesday 18th October after the Mass Mobilisation Westminster Rally. The evening was a great success and we would like to thank everyone who was involved. The Awards recognise the work of our most outstanding campaigners and never before has the phrase ‘it’s the taking part that counts’ been more true. [...]

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Giving Voice Awards 2012 Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions for prizes 1-5 1. The £500 (inc. VAT) prize fund can be used to cover the delegate fee of any event organised by the RCSLT or to fund agreed local campaigning activity. 2. Each winning team will be asked to supply a key contact to oversee the spending of their prize fund. [...]

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Giving Voice Awards 2012

The RCSLT Giving Voice Awards celebrate the creativity and commitment of speech and language therapy champions. Since the Giving Voice campaign began, RCSLT members and our supporters have been raising awareness of the life transforming work of speech and language therapists. After a stunning first year in 2011, the awards are back to recognise the [...]

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