ADA Seeks Cease and Desist and Monetary Relief for Audiologists Harmed by AHSA’s Illegal Conduct

“ASHA’s statements are totally false,” said ADA President Bruce Vircks, Au.D. “An audiologist’s legal right to practice is defined by state licensure requirements and not the CCC-A. Audiologists who drop, or consider dropping, the voluntary certification through ASHA should not be tricked into paying fees by being told that they would no longer be able to provide clinical audiology services. Audiologists who do not hold the CCC-A also can absolutely supervise audiology students during clinical practicum in order for the students to be awarded the Au.D. degree.”

from the Academy of Doctors of Audiology

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