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Nevada SLP Definitions 

The Nevada speech-language pathology legal and regulatory definitions. 

“Applicant” - A person who applies for any privilege, license, approval or authority from the Board.

“Apprentice” - A person who is completing in-service training under the supervision of a sponsor to become eligible to apply for a license to engage in the practice of fitting and dispensing hearing aids.

“Board” - The Nevada Speech-Language Pathology, Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensing Board.

“Client” - A person who receives services from an audiologist, speech-language pathologist or hearing aid specialist.

“Licensee” - Any person who holds a license in Nevada as an audiologist, speech-language pathologist or hearing aid specialist.

“Practice of Speech-language Pathology” - The application of principles, methods and procedures relating to the development and effectiveness of human communication and disorders of human communication.

“Speech-Language Pathologist” - Any person who is licensed to engage in the practice of speech-language pathology pursuant to the provisions of this chapter.

“Standard License” - A license to engage in the practice of audiology, speech-language pathology or fitting and dispensing hearing aids that is not a provisional license, a temporary license or a limited license.


NRS 637B.020

NAC 637B.001

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