|(a) Individuals licensed under the Act may participate in communication screening. (b) Communication screening should include cursory assessments of language and speech to determine if further testing is indicated. Formal instruments and informal observations may be used for the assessment. If the screening is not passed, a detailed evaluation is indicated. (1) The aspects of language to be screened may include phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics. (2) The aspects of speech to be screened may include articulation or speech sound production, voice (including phonation and resonation), and fluency. (c) Language and speech screening should be conducted in the client's dominant language and primary mode of communication.