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Free Communication Intermediary Webinar Series

for Speech-Language Pathologists in Atlantic Canada and Quebec

provided by Communication Disabilities Access Canada (CDAC)

These webinars are for Speech-Language Pathologists working in Atlantic Canada and Quebec.

If you are a SLP from another area, please feel free to register.

Dates and Times: (Registration deadline: Oct 31, 2014)

  • Nov. 4, 2014 - noon -1:30 AST
  • Nov. 18, 2014 - noon -1:30 AST
  • Nov. 25, 2014 - noon -1:30 AST

(Please note: for Newfoundland, the time will be 12:30 PM, and for Quebec the time will be 11:00 AM)

To register, please select the green 'register' button above.

Please note: we will send you a online link to these webinars on Nov. 3, 2014

You must attend all three webinars. By registering for the Nov. 4 event, you are automatically registered for the series. If you are unable to attend one of the webinars, please contact us to discuss alternate arrangements cdac@bell.net

Presenters: Barbara Collier, Reg. CASLPO and Pamela Cross, Lawyer

The webinars prepare you to work as a Communication Intermediary (CI) within legal and justice situations.

On completion, you will be listed on the CDAC roster of CIs.

The webinars are in English, however on request, slides and handouts are available in French. Topics include:

Roles and responsibilities of a CI
Standards of practice and strategies
Working within legal and justice settings

Learn more about the CDAC Communication Access to Justice project

If you have questions, please contact us: cdac@bell.net

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Communication Disabilities Access Canada (CDAC) is a national, non-profit organization that promotes human rights, accessibility and community inclusion for people who have communication disabilities. 

Learn about CDAC at www.cdacanada.com

 

 

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