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Designation & Credential Information

It is important that audiologists and speech-language pathologists be consistent when using their designation and credential information in their signatures. When we are consistent, the public knows what to look for to make sure they are receiving services from a registered member of SASLPA.

SASLPA has created a document for members to explain the importance of consistency and to give examples of how to sign their names. Click here for the document