Navigating California’s licensure and certification landscape (From Summer 2022 Convey magazine) By Jill Scofield When it comes to practicing in California as an SLP or audiologist, what’s required? License? Certification? Credential? According to Paul Sanchez, executive officer of the Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology & Hearing Aid Dispensers Board (SLPAHADB), as far as the State of ...[Read More]
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