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The Academic Language Therapy Association (ALTA) is the credentialing organization which establishes, maintains, and promotes professional standards of education, practice, and conduct for Certified Academic Language Therapists, Certified Academic Language Practitioners, Instructors of Certified Academic Language Practitioners, and Qualified Instructors of Certified Academic Language Therapists and Practitioners.
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Academic Language Therapy Association Competency Exam of Multisensory Structured Language Education Due to the COVID waiver and licensing requirements, the ALTA exam committee is requesting proof of the following to be submitted with your application: Clinical...
Just as with everything else, testing for our national registration exam has been affected by COVID-19. The good news is that things are looking up! Our national registration examination partner, Prometric, has resumed in-center testing, wherever possible, as of June...
Dear ALTA Community, We hope that all of you are staying safe and doing your part as we work together to get through these difficult times. While the health crisis caused by COVID-19 has changed the way we live and work, we at the Academic Language Therapy Association...
“ALTA membership and serving on the board allows me to collaborate with like minded colleagues. I live in an area of the country that has been slow to recognize dyslexia. ALTA provides a reliable resource for families to locate one of our highly qualified members to provide effective intervention for dyslexic children.”