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The Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, the Hon. Dr. Eric Hoskins, recently wrote to all regulatory colleges asking for an update on their Patient Relations programs with respect to Sexual Abuse Prevention. The College responded on January 22, 2015. The Minister’s letter and the response are posted for your information on this important issue. The College looks forward to working with the Minister’s Task Force on Sexual Abuse Prevention.
Starting this month, the College welcomes the following individuals on staff. Ruth Cimerman is the new Director of Finance and Operations. She replaces Gregory Katchin who recently retired after ten years of outstanding service. Ruth is a Chartered Accountant, who comes to the College from the MedicAlert Foundation of Canada, where she was the financial Controller. Iris Samson comes to CASLPO from the College of Dental Hygienists. She will be assisting the Deputy Registrar and the Director of Professional Conduct and General Counsel in their duties. Iris has a Master’s in Social Work.
Following months of media stories questioning whether regulatory Colleges, such as ours, are doing everything they can to be more transparent and effective concerning their complaint processes and outcomes, the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care asked that Colleges share more information with the public and improve their approaches to transparency.
The College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO) is pleased to announce that on June 14, 2013, following the annual election for members of the Executive Committee of the College Council, the following were elected to serve one-year terms:
Mr. Whyte will serve as chair of the Executive Committee. Mr. Kroll and Ms. Zelisko will serve as chairs, respectively, of the Council professional advisory committees for Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists.
Please join us in congratulating these individuals on their election. They will serve until the June meeting of Council in 2015.
Ontario is taking action to enhance the province's readiness to contain and treat any potential case of Ebola in the province. These measures will further protect the safety of all Ontarians, including health care workers. Click to read.
Today Dr. Eric Hoskins, Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, and Dr. David Mowat, Interim Chief Medical Officer of Health, issued the following statement on Ontario's preparedness for Ebola virus disease in Ontario: Click to read.
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