General information for the public about who we are and what we do.
Information for Ontario's registered audiologists & speech-language pathologists.
How to become an audiologist or speech-language pathologist in the province of Ontario.
Click the following link to download and read CASLPO's Accommodation Policy.
The College of Audiologists and Speech Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO) is a strong supporter of accessible customer service.
We have implemented the standards in the Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).
CASLPO has many processes in place to help all individuals who are seeking services from the College.
Staff members from CASLPO have received training in how to communicate effectively with people who live with a communication barrier. The barrier may result from a disability or medical diagnosis.
CASLPO has developed a set of communication aids to help people ensure that their request or message is understood.
CASLPO will provide large print versions of their documents if asked.
CASLPO uses assistive devices in their everyday tasks. Our board meeting-room is set up with an FM system to help those who are hard of hearing. This system is portable and is regularly used at off-site meetings.
Bell Relay is used to help people who live with a hearing loss to communicate via the telephone.
CASLPO has staff members who can use of assistive devices to help with communication. CASLPO also trains staff members in the use of other assistive devices when needed.
CASLPO welcomes members of the public who are accompanied by a service animal. CASLPO also values the role of support persons who accompany the individual with a disability, and will include them in all dealings with the College, to the extent that the individual wishes.
CASLPO will provide notice to people with disabilities visiting our office of a planned or unexpected disruption of service. This notice, placed at the public entrance and on our outgoing telephone message, will include information about the reason for the disruption, its anticipated length and a description of alternative facilities or services (if available).
CASLPO is committed to the training of new staff and the on-going training of existing staff to ensure that every standard of the AODA is followed and that all individuals who contact the College will receive excellent barrier-free customer service.
CASLPO welcomes feedback on our barrier-free customer service. If you have a question or comment or wish to talk to someone trained in communication:
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