Code of Ethics

Members shall ensure their education and training is consistent with the range of professional services
they may provide. All categories of members shall refrain from misrepresentation of credentials and
other qualifications.
Professional members shall not abuse the prerogative of delegation of services and shall ensure that
appropriate supervision of nonprofessionals is provided.
Services provided, shall, at minimum, conform to standards adopted by the Association, or, in the
absence of such standards, shall conform to standards established in federal and state regulations
as they may apply, and to commonly accepted standards of professional practice. The standards
developed by this Association will always be at least as rigorous as those required by federal and
state regulatory agencies.
Communications to the public or other purchasers of services must be accurate. They shall not
convey false, unsupported, deceptive, or misleading information.
Members shall honor their responsibilities to the public or other purchasers of services or products,
their profession and their relationships with colleagues and members of related professions, and shall
not misrepresent the stated mission, goals, or credentials of this Association.