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The only national organization passionately supporting and representing speech-language pathologists, audiologists and communication health assistants


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You Get a Unified Voice

With more than 7,000 members and associates across the country, SAC provides a powerful and unified voice for Canadian communication health professionals.

Your Profession is Elevated

As a SAC member or associate, you get exclusive access to our wide range of webinars, workshops, and webcasts.

You are Covered

SAC members and associates can purchase professional liability, home, and auto insurance for a discounted rate through BMS.

You Get More

Our members and associates can take advantage of exclusive programs and discounts.

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Through a variety of professional resources, we aim to improve your skills and raise the profile and reputation of professions.

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When you’re an SAC member or associate, you can focus on your work knowing that we are supporting and representing you, every day.

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SAC is committed to highlighting the professions and to raising the profile of communications health in Canada.
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Championing the needs of people with communication disorders.
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The CETP Exams – AUD/SLP are the Canadian Entry-to-Practice Exams for the professions of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology. Successful completion of the CETP Exams – AUD/SLP is one of the criteria required for registration / licensing purposes in many Canadian regulated jurisdictions.
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