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About OSLA Membership

Advocacy - OSLA is the VOICE for Ontario’s speech-language pathologists and audiologists! OSLA members have the opportunity to learn about, influence, and assist in advocacy efforts for members in all sectors of practice.

Get answers to the challenges you face, via a province-wide professional network of peers working on the same issues as you. Use OSLA online Interest Groups and Forums to address clinical and professional issues.

Be part of a province-wide network of
resources, including “Members Only” information, discussion forums, a member directory, quick access to documents, and online Interest Groups.

Receive information on the issues that are important to you, via annual subscriptions to OSLA's "Our Professions In the News" (weekly e-newsletter) and “Inbox Insider” (monthly e‐zine).

Enjoy Preferred Rates for OSLA conferences, professional development and education sessions.

Help raise awareness of your profession via Speech & Hearing Month materials.  

Participate in local chapters to learn, share and raise awareness of your profession in your community.

Access documents, surveys, data and information pertinent to practice in Ontario written specifically by and for speech‐language pathologists and audiologists, including OSLA’s Suggested Fee Schedules.

Save money with Discounted Rates for advertising in OSLA publications, including Job Ads and our Find a Practitioner listings.

Enjoy many Membership Benefits, such as greatly reduced rates for Professional Liability Insurance, Home and Auto Insurance, listed here

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 2018—2019 Membership Categories 

OSLA's Membership Year runs from April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019.  

General Member: General membership is available to Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists working full time (over 800 hours) in their profession or field. General Members enjoy all of the rights and privileges of membership and have the right to vote and hold office.

Reduced Hours: Reduced Hours membership is available to Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists eligible to be full members who work less than 800 hours in the membership year. Reduced Hours members enjoy all of the rights and privileges of member-ship and have the right to vote and hold office.

New Practitioner: New Practitioner Membership is available to Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists eligible to be full members in their two years since graduation and who were OSLA student members in the year immediately prior to graduation. New Practitioner Members enjoy all the rights and privileges of membership and have the right to vote and hold office.

Retired: Retired membership is available to former Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists who are no longer working in direct client care, administration or teaching. Retired members enjoy all of the rights and privileges of membership and have the right to vote and hold office.

Communicative Disorders Assistant: Membership is available to CDAs (Communicative Disorders Assistants) who are under the supervision of an SLP/Audiologist. CDA members enjoy all of the rights and privileges of membership, except the right to vote and hold office.

Student: Free, Due to the generosity of practicing members, students enrolled in a Masters-level or Doctoral-level Speech-Language Pathology or Audiology programs or in college support personnel programs (e.g. Communicative Disorders Assistants) in Ontario are eligible to be Student members at no cost.

Associate Membership:  

1. Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists who:

A) Do not reside in the province of Ontario; or

B) Are unable to obtain a Reg. CASLPO designation; or

C) Are on a recognized leave of absence (parental leave, sabbatical, or other leave of absence lasting longer than six months that is not a result of a CASLPO disciplinary action); or

2. In limited circumstances, the Board of Directors may grant associate membership to a person who is not a member of either profession, and has provided a reasonable rationale for applying.  The Board of Directors may grant associate membership when the Board of Directors deems it to be in best interests of the Association to do so. 

Associate membership is granted provisionally upon payment of the membership fee. All Associate memberships are presented to the Board of Directors for review and approval.  


 

    
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