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Insurance Coverage for CDA Services

CDAAC has written a letter to help CDAs in private practice educate insurance providers who have denied coverage. View the letter (PDF).

CDAs in Private Practice Survey

Building knowledge, awareness, and competence.
More information, and link to survey: View PDF

About CDAAC:

CDAAC is committed to supporting excellence in Communicative Disorders Assistant practice and professional growth of all members.

Prospective members, prospective employers and the general public can find our mission statement and more information about CDAAC here.

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Prospective employers - find information about advertising your employment opportunity here.

Web site updates:

  • Tuesday, May 24, 2016
    1 new employment listing has been added to the members area.

  • Wednesday, May 18, 2016
    1 new employment listing has been added to the members area.

  • Friday, Mar. 18, 2016
    1 new employment listing has been added to the members area.

  • Tuesday, Mar. 8, 2016
    The Winter 2016 edition of CDAAC's newsletter, The Connector, is now available in the members area.

  • Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016
    Multiple 2016 events added to the Continuing Education page.

  • Tuesday, Jun. 30, 2015
    2015 CDAAC Award page updated.

  • Friday, Jun. 5, 2015
    Mission Statement updated.

  • Monday, Sept. 9, 2013
    CDAAC Forums "How To"
    The Forum Message Boards are the primary mode of communication between members of CDAAC. For detailed, illustrated instructions on using the forum, see our new "How To" page.

 
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