In addition to the current pathways to be registered as a Speech-Language Pathology Assistant the Board will now offer a temporary registration option for those completing 100 hours of supervised Clinical Fieldwork for applicants meeting degree and coursework requirements.
The Board will start accepting ASHA Assistant Certification Exam in lieu of the North Carolina SLP-Assistant administered exam. For more information please review the ASHA Assistant Certification page.
Assistant Applicants still submit official transcripts as part of their application. Assistants are still required to be registered under a NC licensed supervisor to work in NC.
To update your name, change your mailing address, or both an email can be sent to Sergei Maxfield. Be sure to include the following: