Practice standards set out the professional expectations of audiologists and SLPs. They are the minimum knowledge, skills and judgement needed to practice safely and provide quality service to the public. Practice standards can be found in documents such as legislation, regulations, CASLPO published Practice Standards, Guidelines, Position Statements and other documents. Practice standards can also be unwritten, comprised of those generally accepted practices, principles, and techniques adopted by consensus by members of the profession. Members must take the time to read written standards and identify unwritten standards and apply them to their profession and area of practice.
These documents outline best practice in a given area. Members should follow Practice Guidelines.
- Guide for Service Delivery Across Diverse Cultures NEW
- Guide sur la prestation de services adaptés à la culture Nouveau
- Speech-Language Pathologists Employed In The School Board Setting
- Guide de référence pour les orthophonistes travaillant en milieu scolaire
- Infection Prevention and Control Guidelines for Audiology
- Lignes directrices pour la prévention des infections en audiologie
- Infection Prevention and Control Guidelines for Speech-Language Pathology
- Lignes directrices pour la prévention des infections en orthophonie
- Canadian Guidelines on Auditory Processing Disorder in Children and Adults Aid for a Hearing Impaired Person
- Lignes directrices canadiennes relatives au trouble de traitement auditif chez les enfants et les adultes