Welcome to the new BAS website!

BAS has recently switched to a new online website which means that you can now renew, register and pay for your membership online. This will vastly simplify the administration and time consuming process of having to complete and send paper membership and standing order forms.

At least half of the existing membership have already converted to the new system, but if you're one of those people who have not yet done so, then PLEASE follow the instructions you will find HERE.

Alternatively, if you are new to BAS and wish to join, then please click HERE

Do you use better Conversations with Aphasia?

Dr Suzanne Beeke and the team at UCL have launched a 15 minute survey to investigate user experiences of the  Better Conversations with Aphasia online resource, how it shapes practice, and barriers to using it more frequently. If you are a registered user, tell us your experiences HERE


Research Update Meeting - June 6th 2019

Our next event is our Research Update Meeting at the University of Reading, Thursday June 6th 2019. 

The Research Update Meeting is a forum to present ongoing work in aphasia. Projects can be at any stage of development or completion. The meeting is designed to be an open and friendly environment, with an audience of clinicians, students, researchers and clinical-academics. It offers the opportunity to receive feedback on ideas and to keep up-to-date on current research activities. 

The program for the event can be viewed HERE (check your downloads folder to view the file). 

This event is free of charge to attend, but all attendees of BAS events (including presenters) must be
members of the society, and must book a place through "event registration" on the BAS website (this becomes visible when you are logged in as a member). To join, please click HERE

The BAS Clinical Symposium 2019 


Please register for the BAS Symposium HERE

Connections: Research to Rehabilitation 

The 2019 British Aphasiology Society Clinical Symposium will take place at the University of East Anglia, on September 9th and 10th.
Registration prices include symposium attendance, lunch and refreshments.
You must be a member of the British Aphasiology Society to attend. Memberships will be checked prior to the event. You can register and purchase new membership HERE. Alternatively, if you are an existing member that has not yet renewed click HERE

Registration pricing:

Registration prices prior to July 25th (early bird)

One day early bird package: £70
Two day early bird package: £130

Student Concession*
One day early bird package: £45
Two day early bird package: £80

The early bird rate will end on July 25th, 2019. The following pricing will then come into effect.

One day standard package: £85
Two day standard package: £150

Student Concession*
One day standard package: £60
Two day standard package: £100

*Student concession rates are available for undergraduate and postgraduate students. Student ID will need to be valid at the time of the event and this will be checked prior to the clinical symposium.
Please register using the following link: HERE. 

Ensuite Bed and Breakfast accomodation will be available on UEA campus for £39 a night. 
The symposium meal will take place on September 9th at the beautiful Assembly House, Norwich: https://www.assemblyhousenorwich.couk. The price to attend is £45 and includes four courses and bus transfer from UEA to the Assembly House.

Accommodation and tickets to the BAS Clinical Symposium dinner can be added to your order when registering for the event.

Registration for the Symposium will close on the 30th August 2019.

For enquiries please contact:  Dr Ciara Shiggins (Chair of Organising Committee)