Doubling CSHA membership in 2022 If you’re a CSHA member, now's the time to bring a colleague into the CSHA community! If you’re not a member, now's the time to join for access to best practices, research-based knowledge and opportunities to network with like-minded professionals in the speech, hearing and language field. JOIN OR RENEW ...[Read More]
Executive producers of hearing loss documentary tell their story (From Spring 2022 Convey magazine) By Jennifer Snelling “We Hear You” is a documentary about hearing loss, which impacts 430 million people worldwide. The film shares the lived experiences of several individuals dealing with hearing loss. Named Best Film on Disability in the June 2021 monthly awards …[Read More]
At the California Speech Language Hearing Association, we believe all people should be empowered with the fundamental human right to engage and connect. That’s why we strive to raise awareness about communication disorders and the role of CSHA members in providing life-altering treatment to those with speech and hearing challenges. Join us in recognizing Better ...[Read More]
The California Speech Language Hearing Association Foundation (CSHAF) will be highlighting consumers of the speech language pathology and audiology profession during its Opening General Session and Celebration of Excellence ceremony. Convergence 2022 is scheduled for March 24-27, 2022 at the Pasadena Convention Center. The keynote speaker for Opening General Session on March 24 from 9 …[Read More]
CSHA STRENGTHENS THE PROFESSION CSHA believes all people should be empowered with the fundamental human right to engage and connect. Speech-language pathologists, audiologists and related professionals provide life-altering support to those with speech and hearing challenges. CSHA works to strengthen, improve and grow the SLP and AuD professions in California so every preschooler, child and ...[Read More]
CSHA has officially launched its Corporate membership program and we would like to welcome our first two Corporate members. The levels of membership are Corporate member, Corporate Premier, Corporate Elite and Corporate Platinum. The CSHA board approved the Corporate member category in March, adding the following language to CSHA Board Governing Policy 6.1: "Corporate members ...[Read More]
“Without speech therapy, I’d probably be less confident, and have less of a feeling that I can control my speech if I work hard enough. I’d be unaware of the fact that there are others out there like me, of where my speech issues fall in relation to others and of the professional community that exists to support all of us.”
Every one of our CSHA members has a story! Tamisha Tague, former CSHA board member, shares her professional journey and the role she has played in touching lives all along the way! Her path has led her to a place where she wants to be — in a job she loves and where she feels she’s making a difference.