Supervisors may add or delete assistants and interns who are currently licensed.
Supervisors may not add or delete applicants who have not been issued a license yet.
During this first year, the 7,669 Speech-Language Pathologists & Audiologists program email subscribers were contacted 12 times (92,028 emails delivered) so that we could share information about meetings, rule changes, licensing, and more.
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View the adoption justification for these rule changes The Commission also adopted amendments regarding the Speech-Language Pathologist program, 16 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 111, Subchapter V, §111.212.
View the adoption justification for these amendments View the update rule chapter October 19, 2017 In 2015, the Texas Legislature passed Senate Bill 202, transferring the Speech-Language Pathologists & Audiologists program from the Department of State Health Services (DSHS) to the Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation (TDLR). As part of our mission to deliver improved services at a lower cost to Texans, TDLR reduced the following fees for the Speech-Language Pathologists & Audiologists program: In addition, TDLR reduced the word count in the Speech-Language Pathologists & Audiologists program administrative rules to make them clear, concise, and easier to read--without impacting their effectiveness: At TDLR, one of our core values is open and free communication.Archives of past editions of the TDLR Health Monitor can be viewed here.August 20, 2018 Licensed Audiologists who are eligible to supervise can log in to their online licensing accounts to add or delete assistant and intern supervisees.The new online system can be used instead of submitting paper Supervisory Responsibility Statement forms, and Intern Plan of Agreement and Supervision forms.Please refer to the program rules for information on supervision requirements at 16 Texas Administrative Code §111.154.“Last year when we played them it was a close game and I knew we were capable of taking it away on defense and eventually we would put up points on the other side of the ball. Playing Texas defense was all we had to do.” — Texas junior linebacker Keenan Robinson on his thoughts after UW went up 7-6 in the second quarter. “It was real frustrating, and I pride myself on tackling.