As part of SASLPA’s work to eliminate barriers to service, the SASLPA has entered into an agreement between ourselves, Alberta (ACSLPA), Manitoba (CASLPM), Ontario (CASLPO), and New Brunswick (NBASLPA), and Alberta (ACSLPA). The purpose of this agreement is to allow for cross provincial practice either virtually or in person for up to a maximum of 200 direct client/patient service hours in a year.
Effective July 4th, 2022
The Agreement will now allow full practising SASLPA registrants to practice in a secondary province (Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, or New Brunswick) for a reduced fee. Since the secondary registration is tied to the primary registration, completion of the secondary province’s continuing competence/quality assurance program will not be required.
For additional information about the cross provincial practice agreement or the application process and requirements, please see the Become a Member section of saslpa.ca.