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How to Apply for the LSLS Certification
In order to become a certified LSLS, professionals seeking certification must demonstrate their eligibility and then pass a written examination. Click here to learn more.

Locate a LSLS
Listening and Spoken Language Specialists (LSLS®) are licensed speech-language pathologists, audiologists, or educators of the deaf who have become specialists in supporting children who are deaf or hard of hearing develop spoken language and literacy primarily through listening. Click here to locate a LSLS.

LSLS Recertification Information
Continuing education is an industry best practice for certified professionals to demonstrate they have maintained their knowledge of listening and spoken language with the most relevant, up-to-date educational activities available. Click here to learn more.

New Resource: AG Bell Spanish-Language Website
AG Bell has released a Spanish-language version of its website to fill an informational and resource gap for families of children with hearing loss whose primary language of communication is Spanish. Share with families you work with!

LSLS Cert. AVEd. - Route C
Route C will no longer be available after 12-31-2020. Completed applications for Route C will be accepted only through 12-31-2020. Applicants may apply to receive either AVEd or AVT designations. Applicants may be mentored by any certified auditory verbal practitioner, not limited to administrators.