Working in Connecticut – Getting Started
All audiologists and speech language pathologists working in Connecticut must be licensed by the Connecticut State Department of Health. People new to the field of speech-language pathology must work under the supervision of a licensed professional in their field for one year before the license is issued. If the training program you attended meets ASHA requirements your academic background is likely to meet licensing requirements. To reach the Department of Health try:
People who want to work in public schools must also be certified by the State Department of Education. Since all states have slight variations in their requirements for education certification you should contact the department directly to see if your course of study matches Connecticut requirements. To reach the Department of Education try:
Connecticut Continuing Education Unit (CEU) Requirements
A new CEU requirement that has been added to our licensure law. The law takes effect in July 2011 and is a requirement for all licensed speech-language pathologists and audiologists.
Now is the time to join or renew your membership . Our membership year now runs from February 1, 2013 to January 31, 2014. You can renew online anytime after January 1, 2013.
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