The College of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists of Saskatchewan (CSASK) is committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion across organizational processes and resources.  As we embody the CSASK mission and vision, we work to be responsive and accountable to both the public and our registrants, leading to a reputation as a trusted regulator of the professions of audiology and speech-language pathology. We know these are values/characteristics of a healthy, growing, organization that is making an effort to remove barriers for marginalized groups. 

At CSASK, we commit to the following meaningful actions:

  1. Broadening our understanding by engaging in inclusion and diversity education and training for council, staff, and registrants.
  2. Welcoming varying perspectives and approaches when assessing our policies, processes, and actions to support more diversity and equity in our practices.
  3. Encouraging dialogue with our registrants and staff to identify changes that will enhance inclusion and encourage more diversity in the way we operate and regulate the professions.
  4. Intentionally aiming to have diverse experiences and skillsets being represented in staff, council, and committees, thus enabling CSASK to better serve Saskatchewan’s diverse population.
  5. Fostering an inclusive culture by evaluating the accessibility of physical spaces and the information available to registrants and the Saskatchewan public.

We acknowledge that we each hold a personal accountability for success in these areas. While this commitment requires constant reevaluation and readjustment, we recognize that as ‘we know better, we will do better’.