Being found guilty of any offence, be it in Ontario or any jurisdiction in or outside of Canada.
Being charged with any offence and bail/conditions of release (imposed or agreed to), be it in Ontario or any jurisdiction in or outside of Canada.
Any finding of professional negligence or malpractice.
Registration with another regulatory body, regardless of whether the registration is within Ontario or relates to health care.
Further, any current investigations and/or findings against an AUD or SLP for professional misconduct, incompetence or incapacity must also be reported to CASLPO. (Note: Registrants do not have to report current CASLPO investigations and/or CASLPO findings.)
Registrants who are obligated to make a report to CASLPO based upon the above categories must include:
Such reports should be made to the Registrar and should be made as soon as reasonably possible after the finding, charge, or registration has been made.
To assist in making your report, please complete the Mandatory Report – Form.
Registrants are reminded that self reporting is mandatory and a failure to report could result in referral to the Discipline Committee. The above reporting obligations are in addition to the mandatory reporting requirements in case of sexual abuse. Please refer to the September 2018 ex.press Article (Self-Reporting: What you need to know) and September 2017 ex.press Article (The Obligation to Make Mandatory Reports).
Questions? Please contact the Director of Professional Conduct by telephone, email or mail at:
The Director of Professional Conduct
College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario,
5060-3080 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M4N 3N1
Telephone: 416.975.5347 or 1.800.993.9459 ext. 221