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Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant Rules Effective July 2014 Bureau of Special Licensing

Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant Rules Effective July 2014 Bureau of Special Licensing August 14, 2014. BUREAU OF SPECIAL LICENSING Hearing Aid Dispenser Rules August 14, 2014. AGENDA. FOR QUESTIONS: F eel free to raise your hand to ask questions throughout the presentation.

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Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant Rules Effective July 2014 Bureau of Special Licensing

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  1. Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant Rules Effective July 2014 Bureau of Special Licensing August 14, 2014

  2. BUREAU OF SPECIAL LICENSING Hearing Aid Dispenser Rules August 14, 2014 AGENDA

  3. FOR QUESTIONS: • Feel free to raise your hand to ask questions throughout the presentation. • Email us your questions • OSL.TArequests@azdhs.gov • Thank you for attending and participating!

  4. A.A.C. R9-16-502Initial License Application 1. An application in a format provided by the Department that contains: a. The applicant's name, home address, telephone number, and e-mail address; Slide modified courtesy of GTO

  5. A.A.C. R9-16-504Continuing Education C. A continuing education course developed, endorsed, or sponsored by one of the following meets the requirements in subsection (B): 1. Hearing Healthcare Providers of Arizona, 2. Arizona Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 3. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 4. International Hearing Society, 5. International Institute for Hearing Instrument Studies, 6. American Auditory Society, 7. American Academy of Audiology, 8. Academy of Doctors of Audiology, 9. Arizona Society of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, 10. American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, or 11. An organization determined by the Department to be consistent with an organization in subsection (C)(1) through (10). Slide modified courtesy of GTO

  6. A.A.C. R9-16-505Time-frames A-1. A regular license is valid for two years. Slide modified courtesy of GTO

  7. A.A.C. R9-16-505Time-frames Table 5.1 Slide modified courtesy of GTO

  8. A.A.C. R9-16-507Changes Affecting License A. A licensee shall submit a notice to the Department in writing within 30 calendar days after the effective date of a change in: 1. The licensee's home address or e-mail address, including the new home address or e-mail address; Slide modified courtesy of GTO

  9. A.A.C. R9-16-507Changes Affecting License A. A licensee shall submit a notice to the Department in writing within 30 calendar days after the effective date of a change in: 2. The licensee’s name, including one of the following with the licensee's new name: a. Marriage certificate, b. Divorce decree, or c. Other legal document establishing the licensee's new name; or Slide modified courtesy of GTO

  10. A.A.C. R9-16-507Changes Affecting License A. A licensee shall submit a notice to the Department in writing within 30 calendar days after the effective date of a change in: 3. The place or places, including address or addresses, where the licensee engages in the practice of speech-language pathology. Slide modified courtesy of GTO

  11. A.A.C. R9-16-211(8)SLP Supervising SLPA Requirements 8. Establish a record for each speech-language pathologist assistant who receives direct supervision and indirect supervision from the speech-language pathologist that includes: The speech-language pathologist assistant’s name, home address, telephone number, and e-mail; Slide modified courtesy of GTO

  12. A.A.C. R9-16-211(8)SLP Supervising SLPA Requirements 8. Establish a record for each speech-language pathologist assistant who receives direct supervision and indirect supervision from the speech-language pathologist that includes: b. A plan indicating the types of skills and the number of hours allocated to the development of each skill that the speech-language pathologist assistant is expected to complete; Slide modified courtesy of GTO

  13. A.A.C. R9-16-211(8)SLP Supervising SLPA Requirements 8. Establish a record for each speech-language pathologist assistant who receives direct supervision and indirect supervision from the speech-language pathologist that includes: c. A document listing each occurrence of direct supervision or indirect supervision provided to the speech-language pathologist assistant that includes: i. Business name and address where supervision occurred; ii. The times when the supervision started and ended, iii. The types of clinical interactions provided; and iv. Notation of speech-language pathologist assistant’s progress; Slide modified courtesy of GTO

  14. A.A.C. R9-16-211(8)SLP Supervising SLPA Requirements 8. Establish a record for each speech-language pathologist assistant who receives direct supervision and indirect supervision from the speech-language pathologist that includes: d. Documentation of evaluations provided to the speech-language pathologist assistant during the time supervision was provided; and Slide modified courtesy of GTO

  15. A.A.C. R9-16-211(8)SLP Supervising SLPA Requirements 8. Establish a record for each speech-language pathologist assistant who receives direct supervision and indirect supervision from the speech-language pathologist that includes: e. Documentation of when supervision was terminated; Slide modified courtesy of GTO

  16. A.A.C. R9-16-211(9)SLP Supervising SLPA Requirements 9. Maintain a speech-language pathologist assistant record: a. Throughout the period that the speech- language pathologist assistant receives direct supervision and indirect supervision clinical interactions from the supervisor; and b. For at least two years after the last date the speech-language pathologist assistant received clinical interactions from the supervisor. Slide modified courtesy of GTO

  17. Questions?

  18. SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST ASSISTANTS WELCOME! Training on the new rules will be in the 4th Floor in ALS Training Room

  19. SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST ASSISTANTS WELCOME! Training on the new rules will be in the 4th Floor in ALS Training Room

  20. SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST ASSISTANTS WELCOME! Please sign in and take a copy of the handouts:

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