A message from CAA and CFCC.
Distance Education 2021
How do the changes in CAA’s distance education definition impact programs?
Volunteer vacancies on CAA and CAA Nominating Committee
What is needed to comply with all requirements for Standard 1.9 Public Information?
Virtual Site Visits
Emergency Policy Approved During Pandemic
Committed to Quality
The CAA serves the public by promoting excellence in the graduate education of audiologists and speech-language pathologists. Through a peer review process, the CAA establishes accreditation standards and facilitates continuous quality improvement of the programs it accredits. Graduates of CAA-accredited and candidate programs are educated in a core set of skills and knowledge required for entry into independent professional practice. The CAA is committed to quality, and dedicated to audiology and speech-language pathology programs’ success in preparing future professionals.
COVID-19 Updates and Guidance for Academic Programs
Find CAA and CFCC guidance for graduate programs, students, and clinical fellows, including detailed information on distance education, telepractice and telesupervision, grading policies, and more.