Social Media ELearning Module
The College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario is pleased to present the e-learning module, Pause Before You Post: Social Media Awareness for Regulated Healthcare Professionals. This module was a collaborative project with six other health regulatory Colleges in Ontario. It is intended to enhance your awareness of social media use in health care as well as provide you with the opportunity to reflect on your use of social media and professional behaviours, through numerous examples and case-based scenarios.
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Regional Seminars: May is Speech and Hearing Month
CASLPO is going on the road and is using technology to reach more members. Over the next month we will be conducting five Regional Seminars visiting Sudbury, St. Catharines, Mississauga, Toronto and Ottawa. If you were unable to join us in person, or by webinar, you will find the Power Point Presentation slides (in PDF format) below:
Sudbury French Presentation
You will require Acrobat Reader to view the slides. You can download it here.
Professional Misconduct Regulation and Advertising Regulation
FEEDBACK REQUESTED BY JUNE 21, 2013
The College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario is inviting you to comment on the following:
- Proposed Advertising Regulation; and
- Proposed amendments to the existing Professional Misconduct Regulation.
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CASLPO is please to inform you that your 2012 Tax Receipts are now available through our new Member Portal, available here. You will receive an email with instructions and the link. If you have already activated your account, please click here.
The SAT provides you with a mechanism to evaluate your compliance with CASLPO's professional practice standards, to develop Learning Goals, and to report your professional development/continuing education in the form of Continuous Learning Activity Credits (CLACs). The SAT is broad enough to address the needs of both Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology in a variety of practice settings, yet specific enough to allow reflection on your individual practice.
In order to help members with this important undertaking, we have developed a video which can be accessed through this YouTube™ link.
The video provides a step by step demonstration on how to complete all sections of the SAT. We hope that it helps!