We’re thrilled to launch the all-new CSHA website that provides members with better functionality, greater accessibility, easier navigation and new content. The refreshed website is just one reflection of the CSHA volunteer board’s multifaceted commitment to elevating and improving the organization’s communications efforts.
Formed in 1965, CSHA represents California’s expert leaders in communication, cognition, hearing and swallowing. We are speech-language pathologists, speech-language pathology assistants, audiologists and aspiring future professionals who have grown into a 3,000-strong movement.
Attention All Exhibitors! CSHA is developing a new exhibitor registration system that will allow you to register online, select your exhibit space, and pay by credit card. That system is nearly complete. We will be sending an email to previous exhibitors as soon as registration opens. For exhibitor information, as well as how you can …[Read More]
Convergence 2020 is fast approaching! The registration fees and options for Convergence 2020, the CSHA annual convention and exhibition, are now available. To budget and plan ahead, we’ve created this Convergence 2020 Planning and Budgeting Tool Kit for you to review and share with others, who you’ll want to have attend this premiere event! With …[Read More]
See all the opportunities available to connect with CSHA speech and hearing professionals There are many ways for organizations and companies to support the work of CSHA, while also reaching the audiences that are important to their own work. CSHA’s Annual Convention & Exhibition gathers speech-language pathologists, audiologists, SLPAs, students and consumers from California and …[Read More]
Convergence 2020 is headed to Anaheim! In March, thousands of speech-language pathologists (SLPs), audiologists (AuDs), speech-language pathology assistants (SLPAs), students and other professionals attending the California Speech Language Hearing Association’s annual convention will encounter an updated event name – CSHA Convergence – and a more immersive environment.
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]
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]