New Guidelines on Auditory Processing Disorder in Children
New CASLPA Guidelines for Supportive Personnel
The new CASLPA guidelines for supportive personnel have been completed and can be found under Publications. The guidelines for Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists have been updated.
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What is an Audiologist? A Speech-Language Pathologist?
Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists diagnose and treat individuals with hearing or communication impairment. Both professions assist people so that they are better able to function more efficiently in their daily life activities. Whether working in private practice, in schools, or in hospitals, the focus is on assessing the cause of the impairment or disorder, and then devising the most effective treatment plan.
What we do
SASLPA is the professional association for Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists in Saskatchewan. We are dedicated to assuring that high quality and accessible speech, language, and hearing services are provided throughout the province.