CDAAC is the only organization that works exclusively to support and advocate for Communicative Disorders Assistants.

What We Do

Communicative Disorders Assistants (CDAs) work together with Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists to implement therapy goals for people from all walks of life. Using specialized training, tools, and techniques, we help transform the lives of individuals and families through effective communication.

Why CDAs?

Read our statement on the use of trained supportive personnel in the field of
communication disorders.

Education

Find continuing education opportunities and resources including events, workshops, webinars and courses.

About CDAAC

Learn more about the history of our organization, our plans for the future and our requirements for members.

CDAAC is committed to supporting excellence in Communicative Disorders Assistant practice as well as the professional growth of all its members.

Membership Benefits

CDAAC Membership

$85yearly
  • Access to job listings
  • Practical on-the-job resources
  • Invitation to our annual conference and AGM
  • Contact with the executive committee
  • Notification of upcoming workshops
  • Subscription to our members only newsletter
  • Discounts from partner organizations
  • Voting privileges at the AGM
  • Professional designation

Student Affiliation

$5015 months
  • Access to job listings
  • Practical on-the-job resources
  • Invitation to our annual conference and AGM
  • Contact with the executive committee
  • Notification of upcoming workshops
  • Subscription to our members only newsletter
  • Discounts from partner organizations

Member Discounts

We’ve teamed up with these excellent partner organizations to offer our members exclusive discounts.

  • Honeycomb Speech Therapy

  • Goodlife Fitness

  • Learn Play Thrive

  • Prolink (Canada’s Insurance Connection)

  • SoundLand (formerly Bjorem Speech Canada)

  • CAA

  • Perkopolis

  • Play Spark

  • Pink Cat Games

  • The Hanen Centre

  • Smarty Ears

  • Super Duper

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