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Speech-Language and Audiology Canada


Address

1000-1 Nicholas St.
Ottawa, ON, K1N 7B7 Canada

Phone

613.567.9968

Fax

613.567.2859

800 Number

800.259.8519

Email Address

info@sac-oac.ca

Description

Speech-Language and Audiology Canada is a professional organization that seeks to maximize the communicatino potential of all Canadians. It champions and supports the professional needs of speech-language pathologists and audiologists, and facilitates the professional development of its members. Speech-language pathologists and audiologists assist individuals affected by various speech, language and hearing disorders and related conditions, including aphasia, dysphagia, apraxia, stuttering, stroke, middle-ear disease, hyperlexia and auditoria neuropathy.

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