Organisations may be:
- Associations of communication professionals in membership of the International Association of Communication Sciences and Disorders or otherwise duly constituted for governance and finance, and represent the communication professionals in their country.*
- Global or international non-profit organisations or networks comprising or working on behalf of persons with speech, language, hearing and communication needs.
- National non-profit organisations with a demonstrable international reach comprising or working on behalf of persons with speech, language, hearing and communication needs.
- Organisations or networks of individuals seeking to advance speech, language, hearing and communication needs, or the speech pathology and audiology professions and are based in countries that are currently underserved.
Participant organisations should be able to:
- Name an individual and provide their contact information for regular ICP contact.
- Regularly promote ICP-related activity to their membership and stakeholders.
- Provide reports of their activities to the ICP, so that it may be shared with the ICP’s international audience.
- Comply with ICP brand guidelines and do nothing to bring the ICP into disrepute by sharing or promoting information or interventions that are not evidence-based.
* “Communication professionals” includes speech and language pathologists/therapists and audiologists.