Communicative Disorders Assistants

Communicative disorders assistants (Speech-language pathologist assistants) work under the guidance of a speech-language pathologist to implement the individualized treatment plans specifically developed for each client.

All or our CDA’s hold graduate certificates as communicative disorders assistants and are members of the Communicative Disorders Assistant Association of Canada (CDAAC). CDA’s also hold diplomas or degrees with a focus on communication disorders, linguistics, human anatomy and physiology, social sciences or human services.