8.2 Late Submission/Failure to Submit Registration RenewalShelly Monson2020-04-22T13:34:53-06:00
8.2 Late Submission/Failure to Submit Registration Renewal
It is important not to let your registration lapse. It is illegal under the Health Professions Act (HPA) for you to work or volunteer as a speech-language pathologist or audiologist in Alberta or provide professional services to the public within Alberta without being registered with ACSLPA.
Following the rules of the HPA, if you do not complete your registration renewal and submit the required payment by December 31, ACSLPA will notify you that your registration and practice permit have expired, that you cannot work or volunteer as a speech-language pathologist or audiologist in the province of Alberta, and that your registration and practice permit will be cancelled after 30 days.
If you have had your registration and practice permit cancelled and wish to reapply to ACSLPA, you will need to pay the reinstatement fee and meet all current registration requirements at the time you reapply.
NOTE: Under Alberta law, ACSLPA cannot give extensions for you to renew your registration nor ignore late submissions. It is your responsibility as a regulated member to guarantee that your registration renewal is completed as soon as possible before the final deadline.