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2021 Speech and Hearing BC Conference Registration – In-person Whistler

Important Notice: Our Provincial Health Officer has issued new health orders (August 23) which affect indoor gatherings in BC. In compliance with the orders relevant to our event, we require all participants (attendees, exhibitors, presenters etc.) at the conference to be doubly vaccinated at least 7 days prior to October 22, 2021. The Hilton Whistler…
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Speech and Hearing Month

It’s Speech and Hearing Month! Check out our new resources for May 2021:
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2020 Virtual Conference Speech and Hearing BC

Looking for information on the 2020 Speech and Hearing BC Virtual Conference? Please visit the link here.
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Member Resources During Covid-19

Speech and Hearing BC recognizes the challenges facing our members today in the changing landscape of the Covid-19 pandemic We have gathered some information below to assist you in facing these challenges in your home life and in your work life: Federal Assistance During COVID-19 Click here for our document on the assistance available to…
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Speech and Hearing BC contributes to Select Standing Committee for Children and Youth: Report released late October

In late May, 2019, Director of Early Intervention for Speech-Language Pathology, Lynne Patrick, presented on behalf of Speech and Hearing BC to the Select Standing Committee for Children and Youth.  This committee was given the task of gathering information on eligibility and assessment processes for children and youth with neuro-diverse special needs across the province. …
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College Fee Increase

What can you do to take action regarding the fee increase? Write a formal letter to CSHBC with your concerns. CSHBC Email: Registrar and CEO. Sign Speech and Hearing BC’s petition and encourage your colleagues to do so as well. Speak to your employer regarding the possibility of having your Speech and Hearing BC and SAC fees…
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