PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES FOR
COVID-19 ARE IN PLACE
ACSLPA staff are now working remotely and the physical office is closed to visitors.
Right now, email is the easiest way to contact staff with your questions.
Please visit the ‘Contact ACSLPA‘ page to access staff contact information.
When in doubt, email firstname.lastname@example.org and your email will be forwarded to the appropriate staff member.
ACSLPA Members – Remember to Update Your Contact Information
It is important for ACSLPA to have current contact information for all regulated audiologists and SLPs during the current health crisis. If your situation has changed in recent weeks please make sure we have your most current contact information. To change your information, log into your profile and make the change so you do not miss any important information from ACSLPA and so we can contact you if needed.
If you have not been receiving email messages from ACSLPA, please visit ACSLPA’s Practice Resources.
Are health care professionals with clinical training and educational background in speech production, language understanding and expression, stuttering, voice health and swallowing disorders. They assess all kinds of communication difficulties as well as feeding and swallowing difficulties. They provide treatment and consultation to individuals of all ages.
Are health care professionals with clinical training and educational background in balance and hearing systems and their disorders. They assess hearing and balance, and provide treatment and consultation to individuals of all ages.