Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensers Board
As of January 1, 2010, the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Board and the Hearing Aid Dispensers Bureau became one Board. Like many other licensing boards, the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensers Board falls within the Department of Consumer Affairs. The Board’s mission is to protect the consumer by requiring adherence to statutes and regulations designed to ensure the qualifications and competency of providers of speech language pathology and audiology services.
As an audiologist or speech language pathologist, you have spent years studying and preparing to enter this profession. Your patients and clients rely on you for services crucial to their quality of life. If you are under investigation or believe that you will become the subject of an investigation by the Board, it is imperative that you retain competent counsel to navigate the complex and often lengthy review process. You should consult with an attorney at as early a stage as possible to preserve your rights and ensure that you do not make errors that will prove harmful to your case at a later stage. What we can do for you now.
The Board takes seriously all allegations of misconduct. If you find yourself the subject an investigation for alleged acts of misconduct including dispensing hearing aid devices without a license, fraudulent billing practices, drug or alcohol addiction, negligent care of a patient, or improper referral practices, you should contact an attorney who can defend you in the most effective way for your particular case. The attorneys at Rothschild Wishek & Sands LLP will meet with you and help craft an individualized plan to defend against or mitigate alleged acts of misconduct. While you should contact us as early as possible, it is never too late to enlist the services of qualified, experienced attorneys to assist you with what may be a life changing event.
You have worked hard to earn your license and develop a solid reputation in the professional community. For Speech-Language Pathogists, Audiologists, and Hearing Aid Dispensers facing allegations of professional misconduct before the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensers Board, contact Rothschild Wishek & Sands LLP for knowledgeable and effective representation.
If you have already been the subject of a disciplinary review and your license was revoked, contact us for advice and representation in petitioning the board for reinstatement of your license.
If you are an applicant and are concerned about your criminal history or other conduct in your past, we can assist you in crafting an application packet to give you the best chance of obtaining a license.
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