§ 8.3. Basic health screenings. A speech-language pathologist or an audiologist may perform basic health screenings
and create the resulting plans of care if: (1) the elements of the plan of care are
within the scope of practice of a speech-language pathologist or an audiologist and
(2) the speech-language pathologist or audiologist is trained in the performance of
basic health screenings as set forth by rule from one of the following: (A) as part
of the curriculum of an approved program, (B) through worksite training, or (C) through
continuing education. A plan of care that includes elements that are outside the scope of practice of
a speech-language pathologist or an audiologist must be referred to appropriate medical
personnel for further evaluation or management.
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