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Each One, Reach One
June 2, 2022

Each One, Reach One

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]

CSHA launches new Mentor Match program
May 27, 2022

CSHA launches new Mentor Match program

CSHA is launching a new Mentor Match program that will connect students, clinical fellows and experienced professionals in the areas of speech-language pathology and audiology for online networking and career development. Connect, collaborate and share your professional experiences with others in the field! Mentors and mentees identify each other based on criteria that include professional ...[Read More]

New virtual community launches today
April 19, 2021

New virtual community launches today

We are thrilled to announce an exciting new member benefit! We have just launched a new virtual platform to help our community engage and connect. We are excited to present you with the new, virtual “CSHA Community,” one of the most powerful member benefits in CSHA history. It is your connection to an incredible resource – 3,000+ ...[Read More]

Applications being accepted for student scholarships
November 18, 2020

Applications being accepted for student scholarships

The CSHA Foundation invites CSHA student members currently enrolled in a graduate program pursuing a degree in the fields of speech-language pathology, communication sciences and disorders, communicative disorders, or a doctoral degree in audiology, to submit scholarship applications. Up to five recipients will receive $1,000 each and be recognized at the 2021 CSHA Virtual Annual Conference. The deadline to apply is Dec. 15, 2020! To …[Read More]

Announcing CSHA Convos
July 15, 2020

Announcing CSHA Convos

Critical conversations in the community CSHA is pleased to announce a new, safe virtual space for important conversations. CSHA Convos are intended to be a safe place where some of the most-needed conversations can happen … a place for insights, knowledge and awareness. CSHA hopes to elevate the unique and upcoming voices in the field, …[Read More]

California State Licensing Board: COVID-19 Updates and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
March 27, 2020

California State Licensing Board: COVID-19 Updates and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

This week, the California Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensers Board has posted their official COVID-19 Updates and responses to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). This important information is now up on their website. They have shared that they will continue to update their website on COVID-19 updates as they coordinate and receive information …[Read More]

200 by Two
October 5, 2019

200 by Two

Early Intervention Guide on Communication and Language Development By their second birthday, most children have a vocabulary of about 75-225 words and are beginning to combine words into two- to three-word phrases. While prevalence estimates vary, about 10 percent to 20 percent of 2-year-olds don’t reach this milestone and consequently may experience difficulties learning to …[Read More]

Together, we can make the 2s terrific!
August 21, 2019

Together, we can make the 2s terrific!

Learning to Communicate Babies are busy. There’s so much to do those first two years, like crying, smiling, waving, playing. They’re signs a child is learning to communicate. Parents are busy, too, so they need all the help they can get to identify the signs of age-appropriate communication — and what to do if those …[Read More]

Revising Larry P. and African American Student Language Assessments: Clarification and Updates (2019)
March 16, 2019

Revising Larry P. and African American Student Language Assessments: Clarification and Updates (2019)

In 2019, a presentation was made at the 2019 CSHA annual convention on Revising Larry P. and African American Student Language Assessments: Clarification and Updates (2019) by Toya Wyatt, Ph.D, CCC-SLP Department of Communications Sciences and Disorders at Cal State Fullerton. The Larry P. v. Riles (1979) court case is the basis for the law that …[Read More]