General information for the public about who we are and what we do.
Information for Ontario's registered audiologists & speech-language pathologists.
How to become an audiologist or speech-language pathologist in the province of Ontario.
Dr. Barbara Yaffe, Associate Chief Medical Officer of Health at the Ministry of Health (MOH), has shared an update regarding the evolving Novel Coronavirus in China.
There have been significant developments that all health care practitioners should be aware of. The MOH will continue to monitor the situation and share updates as they become available and the College will continue to share those updates with audiologists and speech-language pathologists.
Please review the following documents from the MOH:
This is a good reminder to all audiologists and speech-language pathologists to follow infection prevention best practices.
If you have any questions about infection prevention, contact the infection prevention and control department at your workplace, or call CASLPO’s Practice Advisors at 416 975-5347 (800 993-9459).
Did you know that Ontario’s registered audiologists and speech-language pathologists are expected to know about CASLPO’s Sexual Abuse Prevention Program? These standards are how we ensure you receive safe and competent care. Learn more about the program.
New Legislation - Missing Persons Act 2018. New Mandatory Requirement to Disclose Information to the Police
How this affects registered audiologists and speech-language pathologists
Comment cela affecte les audiologistes et les orthophonistes
CASLPO works on the assumption that all of Ontario's registered audiologists and speech-language pathologists get all of our emails. Audiologists and speech-language pathologists are required to receive information from the College regarding registration renewal, Quality Assurance requirements, practice advice and other important College programs and updates.
Note: The term “member” and “registrant” are used interchangeably throughout CASLPO’s website and documents. Both terms are synonymous to “member” as defined in the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991, the Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Act, 1991, and the Regulations under those Acts.
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Ontario Health Regulators connects you to all 26 health colleges in the province and shares reliable information in 10 languages. All Ontario health regulators have a list of the professionals they oversee. This list is called the "public register." You can check the registers to make sure that your healthcare professional is allowed to practise in Ontario. On our website, click 'Find an audiologist or speech-language pathologist' from the website landing page.
Find reliable information about health care professionals, your rights and more. Ontariohealthregulators.ca
The Canadian Alliance of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Regulators (CAASPR), of which this College is a member, announced that the National Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Competency Profiles, in both official languages, were approved by the CAASPR Board at their meeting in Edmonton, Alberta on April 29, 2018.
The National Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Competency Profiles are a key component of CAASPR's Centralization and Capacity Building Project, a project funded by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC). The goal of this ambitious project is to harmonize the registration processes of audiologists and speech-language pathologists across the regulated jurisdictions in Canada to provide standardized outcomes, enhanced public safety, and improved labour mobility.
Learn More: Access CAASPR's announcement, and view the National Competency Profiles; click here.
The Canadian Alliance of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Regulators (CAASPR) announces an agreement with Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC) to develop and administer entry-to-practice examinations for the registered professions of audiology (AUD) and speech-language pathology (SLP) in Canada.
The College invites the public and CASLPO registrants to connect with us on our new Facebook page!
To learn more about the Canadian Alliance of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Regulators (CAASPR) “Centralization and Capacity Building Project”, click here for an overview and project deliverables detail.
For more information, visit www.caaspr.ca