A message from Convergence Gold Sponsor SPG.... Get the Scoop on SPG Let’s be real, this school-year has been a Rocky Road with extra scoops of challenges, but we have seen how the incredible members of our SLP community have floated above it all, making each day better for their students. That level of passion ...[Read More]
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]
A giant step toward nonprofit best practices (From Fall 2020 Convey magazine) By María Ortiz-Briones “To improve is to change,” said Winston Churchill, and “to be perfect is to change often.” So it is with the California Speech Language Hearing Association. At a time of accelerating world change, the association has taken giant steps toward embracing ...[Read More]
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]
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]
Did you know that CSHA.org has an exclusive listing of professional development workshops across the state? If you have an upcoming certified professional development workshop for our CSHA community to see, you can purchase a listing on CSHA.org and get the word out!
Cultivating diversity in the profession and CSHA (From Spring 2020 Convey magazine) By Maria Ortiz-Briones Tamisha Tague, BS-SLPA, was surprisingly pleased when she was invited, literally, to take a seat at the table and join the board members of the California Speech Language Hearing Association (CSHA) in a very important conversation. “I had no idea what ...[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.”