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2014 CDAAC Spring Conference

Date: Friday, May 30th
Location: Bradford Public Library
Format: Full-Day
Topic: Compassionate Care and Vicarious Trauma for Front-Line Workers
This conference will be open to everyone. Share the date with your colleagues!
More information soon to follow.

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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Web site updates:

  • Sunday, Apr 13, 2014
    The Spring 2014 issue of the CDAAC newsletter, The Connector, is now available in the members' area.

  • Wednesday, Mar 26, 2014
    - CDAAC Spring Conference details posted
    - New workshop added

  • Sunday, Mar 9, 2014
    1 new employment listing has been added to the members area.

  • Thursday, Mar 6, 2014
    1 new employment listing has been added to the members area.

  • Monday, Mar 3, 2014
    1 new employment listing has been added to the members area.

  • Monday, September 16, 2013
    There are several open elected positions for the 2014 Executive Committee. There are also currently open appointed positions. Please view the "Call for Nominations" in the members section for more information. 2014-Call-For-Nominations.pdf (PDF file, 700kb).

  • 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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