There are a few things you can do to make it easier to communicate with healthcare providers.
Accessibility includes communication.
Here are some things you can do so that we can communicate when I am using your services.
Figure 1: Sample Communication Access Card
Credits: Adapted from Communication Disabilities Access Canada (CDAC)
Current as of: May 20, 2018
Author: Allied Health, Speech, Language, Hearing and Audiology, Alberta Health Services
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