Please note that SAC staff are currently working on a hybrid schedule. While we are checking voicemail, the best way to contact staff would be via email. Please see our staff directory for contact information.
Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC) is committed to fostering a respectful environment and workplace where staff, members and associates, and visitors are treated with respect and dignity. SAC will not tolerate any person’s inappropriate behaviour toward another or discrimination, harassment or violence in any form.
The above principles align with SAC’s Code of Ethics. When engaging with SAC all interactions must remain civil and grounded in mutual respect.
Abusive, threatening, or aggressive words or actions in whatever form (e.g., phone, email, in-person, etc.) will not be tolerated and will result in denial of service / or exchange of communication (i.e. no response to inappropriate emails).
If a request has already been answered by SAC staff and is repeatedly brought forward, SAC will consider the matter closed. If you are not satisfied with how your request was handled, you may request to escalate to a manager.
Submit media inquiries and interview requests to:
Manager of Communication and Marketing
Please call 613.567.9968
Specialist, Digital Communications
The Canadian Alliance of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Regulators (CAASPR) is the national federation of audiology and speech-language pathology regulators in Canada. As leaders in regulatory issues, members of CAASPR are committed to work collaboratively on matters related to their mandate to protect the public. While regulation occurs at the provincial level, members of CAASPR actively work on development and implementation of national strategies for the advancement of regulatory standards and audiology/speech-language pathology practice in a consistent manner across Canada.