Professional Resources

For resources for members of the public, visit our Public Site.

Advocacy Toolkit

Advocacy Toolkit

Evidence Based Practice

Speech and Hearing BC provides the following resources to support all members in the management of their professional practice.

Evidenced-Based Practice

Caseload:

Caseload guidelines for SLPs working in schools
Form for Calculating School Age Caseload Limits

Legal Concerns:

Professional Boundaries in a Therapeutic Relationship. Where’s the Line?
published by CSHHPBC

Disability Tax Credit

Information on Revenue Canada Guidelines to guide you if clients ask you to complete the forms.

Professional Liability Insurance

Protect yourself: Carry your own Individual Professional Liability Insurance

Speech and Hearing BC members are able to access coverage through the national association, SAC.

Other Issues:

Infection Prevention Control Guidelines For Speech Language Pathologists

Infection Prevention Control Guidelines For Audiologists

Communication Health Assistant Guidelines – Working With Speech-Language Pathologists

Communication Health Assistant Guidelines – Working With Audiologists

Other Links to Assist You

https://www.thecommunicationtrust.org.uk/resources/resources/resources-for-practitioners/talking-about-a-generation/

Optimizing Feeding and Swallowing in Children with Physical and Developmental Disabilities Handbook

Communication Intermediary Database: For victims, witnesses and accused persons who have a disability that affects their communication and may require support communicating with police, legal and justice professionals.

Communication Disabilities Access Canada: offers courses and info on national legislation.