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.
There’s never been a more critical time to support the organization that supports you.
CSHA has launched its 2022 membership drive: “Each One, Reach One!” We’re asking every member of the association to encourage and help recruit one member to join the organization in 2022 so we can double our membership numbers – and our collective voice – by the end of the year.
CSHA is a passionate, professional community of some 3,000 California speech-language pathologists, audiologists, speech-language support personnel, and students who provide life-changing support to those with speech, hearing, and language challenges. For more than a half-century, CSHA members and leaders have fueled the organization that serves our unique California profession. But despite that great work, CSHA has historically only had approximately 10% of California’s 30,000 speech-language pathology and audiology community as members of the organization.
The strongest, most-respected voice in California advocacy
We may be small, but we’re mighty. Policymakers in Sacramento depend on CSHA’s expertise, transparency and cause-focused leadership to find real solutions to the challenges we all face.
Join the chorus of voices that comprise the most-impactful nonprofit organization advocating on behalf of the profession in California. There’s strength in numbers. Greater numbers translate into even more impact at the Capitol when advocating for issues important to our community and those we serve. CSHA also is adding programs and increasing member value despite the financial challenges caused by the pandemic and a canceled 2020 annual conference. Additional revenue growth from memberships will empower the association to do even more for the SLP and AuD communities.