The complaints, investigations, inquiry, and discipline process is one of the ways the College demonstrates protection of the public.
The College is responsible to accept complaints regarding the conduct or practice of its registrants, and former registrants.
If you are concerned about the practice or conduct of an audiologist or speech-language pathologist but are unsure whether you wish to file a formal complaint, please call the College and speak to the Registrar. Discussion with the Registrar will assist you in determining whether or not you wish to proceed with a formal complaint, or whether there may be an alternate path to resolving the matter.
Making a Complaint
A formal complaint must be submitted in writing. To file a formal complaint, print and complete the Complaints Form.
Be sure to include the following information:
|a.||Your name and contact information (mailing address, email address, telephone number);|
|b.||The name of the audiologist or speech-language pathologist about whom you are filing the complaint;|
|c.||Details about the matter (date, time, place, description of the circumstances, any other persons involved in the matter)|
Once you have completed the form to the best of your ability, send it to the College.
If you require assistance with the form, please contact the College.
Send your complaint to:
|Via Regular Mail||College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Manitoba
Unit 1-333 Vaughan Street
Winnipeg MB R3B 3J9
Public Notice of Hearing
As per the Regulated Health Professions Act, Section 116(5), public notice of an upcoming inquiry hearing may be posted on the website.
There are no hearings currently scheduled.
Decision(s) of Inquiry Panel
As per the Regulated Health Professions Act, Section 129(1), at the conclusion of an inquiry hearing, the College must make any findings made by the inquiry panel, including the name of the investigated registrant, available to the public, except under certain circumstances.
There are no decisions to report at this time.