Communication health assistants work collaboratively supporting the delivery of speech-language pathology and/or audiology services and are supervised by qualified speech-language pathologists and audiologists.
Communication health assistants help with assessments, perform screenings, provide direct treatment and more, delivering a range of audiology and speech-language pathology services to people of all ages.
To learn more about the crucial role communication health assistants play in communication health, SAC interviewed one of our associates as part of our Professional Insights Interview Series on our Communiqué blog.
SAC has also developed an information sheet about communication health assistants to highlight the important work they do. Click the image below to view the PDF.