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Attention S-LPs and Audiologists:

Check out Education for Upcoming Professional
Development Opportunities!


Organizers from SAC are planning to host a workshop in Saskatoon in 2015. Please help them out by selecting a preferred topic below, and follow the link on this page to submit your preference for topics or speakers.

Pediatric feeding and swallowing
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
Cochlear implants
Neurogenic language disorders
Aural Rehabilitation

Current Results

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for Previous Poll Results

Contact Us

11 - 2010 - 7th Avenue
Regina, SK S4R 1C2
Tel: (306) 757-3990
Fax: (306) 757-3986

Or please email SASLPA using the General Inquiries link

Call 1-866-757-3990

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Speech and Hearing Month Celebration Boxes

The SAC has put together celebration boxes for Speech and Hearing month this year.
The order deadline is February 9, 2015, so
visit today to ensure you get your celebration items.

SAC is coming to Saskatoon in 2015!

Organizers are in the process of planning a workshop in Saskatoon, SK in 2015.

To provide SAC with preferred topics and speakers for a workshop, please click here. Help do our part to make this workshop a success.

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.