General Register Regulated Member – Non-Practicing
About this category:

  • For speech-language pathologists and audiologists who are not active in their practice, i.e., not working or volunteering in Alberta (e.g., medical leave of absence or parental leave).
  • These regulated members do not hold a Practice Permit and may not practice.
  • These regulated members may use the protected titles of their profession followed by the phrase “(Non-Practicing)”.
  • These members will receive ACSLPA communications.
To be a member under this category, you must:

  • Hold a master’s degree, or equivalent[1], in speech-language pathology or audiology.
  • Meet the good character and English language proficiency requirements of ACSLPA.

[1] Qualifications determined to be substantially equivalent by the ACSLPA Registration Committee in accordance with section 7 of the Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists Profession Regulation.