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What is an SLP?


Speech-Language Pathologists are university-educated, clinically trained and registered health care professionals who help people having problems communicating. They provide assessment, diagnosis and treatment to people of all ages, often beginning soon after birth. Speech-Language Pathologists work with people who may have trouble: learning to talk, pronouncing words, finding the right words, listening and understanding, using their voice correctly, stuttering, feeding and swallowing and reading, writing and learning. They also work with communication problems related to conditions such as hearing loss, stroke, head injuries, neurological disorders, autism and Down Syndrome.

ASAPP for Families & Agencies


ASAPP is an association of private speech-language pathologists whose membership allows their contact information and services description to be posted on our website in our ASAPP Private Practice Roster. Our desire is that our roster becomes a central listing that parents and agencies can refer to for their speech-language pathology service needs.

Speech-Language Pathologists are university-educated, clinically trained and registered health care professionals who work with people having problems communicating. They provide assessment, diagnosis and treatment to people of all ages, often beginning soon after birth. Speech-Language Pathologists work with people who may have trouble: learning to talk, pronouncing words, finding the right words, listening and understanding, using their voice correctly, stuttering, feeding and swallowing and reading, writing and learning. They also work with communication problems related to conditions such as hearing loss, stroke, head injuries, neurological disorders, autism and Down Syndrome.

Every speech-language pathologist on the ASAPP Private Practice Roster is a member of ASAPP, is registered with the Alberta College of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists www.acslpa.ab.ca, and holds a current practice permit. Registered Speech-Language Pathologists will use the designation of R.SLP and have a unique registration number. In addition, all ASAPP members have a minimum of 3 years clinical experience.

ASAPP for SLPs.


ASAPP is an association of private speech-language pathologists whose membership allows their contact information and services description to be posted on our website in our ASAPP Private Practice Roster. The ASAPP Private Practice Roster is a great way to advertise your service for a minimal cost! The on-line roster can be updated throughout the year to suit your needs.

The cost for membership is $125 per calendar year. Private SLPs can join ASAPP at any time during the year; however, the membership fee is not pro-rated. Membership renewals are completed in December / January of each year. Go to the Join ASAPP page to print the ASAPP Membership Application.


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