Interested applicants must first accomplish a Letter of Intent (LOI) with the following details:

      • Name of institution
      • Mission, vision, and goals of the institution
      • Why the institution intends to be a PASP UNITES member

      The LOI must likewise contain the following signatories:

      • Yours: SLP Department Head
      • Noted by: Clinic/Institution Owner/President/Medical Director

      Once the LOI has been accomplished, scan the letter with the complete signatories and save it in a .PDF format with the following file name: “UNITESApplication_NameOfInstitution_LOI” (e.g. UNITESApplication_ABC Therapy_LOI)

      Send an email to pasp.unites@gmail.com to signify intent, with the subject “UNITES Application – [Name of Institution Applying]” (e.g. “UNITES Application – ABC Therapy”). Attach the LOI.

      Once intent email is received, the applicant shall receive an e-mail response from the UNITES Membership Board providing the link for the online application form. This form should only be accomplished by the HEAD of the SLP Department of the institution. In the form, the applicant will be asked to upload the following documents:

      *Established institutions (i.e. government hospitals, private tertiary hospitals, universities, etc.) are not required to submit SEC Registration n& Business Permits.

      **Application processing fees are intended to cover for the following:

        1. Scheduled visit (40% of the application fees) – This includes the costs for the transportation and other logistical costs. Conducting scheduled checking or site visits are part of the PASP UNITES Membership process as a way of determining if clinics are maintaining their compliance with the terms/requirements set. 
        2. Marketing and website fee (30% of the application fees) – This includes the costs related to keeping and updating the clinic’s marketing or information materials in the PASP website and in the Directory of Institutions. This directory is visible to the general public, and as such, serves as a way for member centers to advertise their services. The website needs to be updated every application cycle.
        3. Administration Fee (30% of the application fees) – The administration fee would cover the costs incurred by PASP for reviewing the credentials/requirements submitted by institutions (e.g. verifying the membership status of SLP staff in PASP). 

        For institutions with multiple branches, please note that EACH branch is required to pay the corresponding application processing fee.

        Please also make sure that ALL the SLPs practicing in your institution have active PASP membership classifications. Only institutions with PASP-recognised SLPs are eligible to apply for PASP Unites.


        Submission of applications will run from FEBRUARY to APRIL of every year. 

        Application shall then undergo review by the UNITES Accreditation Board from MAY to JUNE of every year. Results would be released on the MID-JULY of every year. Applicants will be notified via e-mail of the results of the review. 

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