Advertise with SPA
Speech Pathology Australia (the Association) is the national peak body representing more than 9,500 speech pathologists.
The Association’s members are speech pathologists who work in hospitals, rehabilitation centres, schools and education centres, community health centres, aged care facilities, private practice, and agencies for those with specific disabilities.
There are a number of opportunities for advertisers to reach the Association’s members with your message, event or product.
When you advertise with the Association you know that you will be reaching a specialist audience responsive to the latest research, innovation and opportunities in the field of speech pathology.
How to advertise
Detail about the various options for advertising with the Association are outlined on this page. For further information contact the Association’s Publications Manager.
View the Association’s Advertising Kit 2021 .
To secure all advertising with the Association, complete the Advertising Booking Form .
Email the completed form to the Association's Publications Manager.
Online Resource Guide 2019
Speech Pathology Australia produces an annual Resource Guide to provide association members and the public with a reference guide to products and services that may be of use to the speech pathology profession.
The Resource Guide is now online.
Members and not for profit organisations can take advantage of a free first submission entry in the online guide. There is also a paid banner display advertising option for individuals and businesses.
Expressions of interest about advertising in the Resource Guide should be directed to the Association's Publications Manager.
The Association has a number of publications that are distributed free to its membership.
Speak Out is a full colour professionally designed magazine, published six times a year.
The Journal of Clinical Practice in Speech-Language Pathology provides a professional forum for members of the Association. It is distributed to members separately three times a year.
For all advertising enquiries contact the Association’s Publications Manager.
The Association operates an Online Jobs Board as a service to members and employing bodies. The Job Board lists details of speech pathology positions, giving professional experience required, work, and location preferences.
For advertising in relation to the Association Job Board contact the Association.
Disclaimer: Acceptance of advertisements does not imply Speech Pathology Australia’s endorsement of the product or service. Although the Association reserves the right to reject advertising copy, it does not accept responsibility for the accuracy of statements by advertisers. Speech Pathology Australia will not publish advertisements that are inconsistent with its public image.