Posts Tagged: About CSHA

NEWS RELEASE: CSHA Announces Jennifer Kizner as New Board Chair
July 25, 2022

NEWS RELEASE: CSHA Announces Jennifer Kizner as New Board Chair

Sacramento, CA – California Speech Language Hearing Association (CSHA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Jennifer Kizner as the organization’s board chair, effective July 1, 2022. Kizner was previously CSHA chair-elect. Kizner, CsCD, M.Ed, CCC-SLP, BCSS, MBS-Imp certified clinician, has been a medical speech language pathologist for 25 years and currently works at Stanford ...[Read More]

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]

May is Better Hearing & Speech Month
April 15, 2022

May is Better Hearing & Speech Month

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]

NEWS RELEASE: Convergence 2022 in Pasadena to honor state’s SLP, AuD consumers
March 17, 2022

NEWS RELEASE: Convergence 2022 in Pasadena to honor state’s SLP, AuD consumers

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]

WHY CSHA? WHY NOW?
January 3, 2022

WHY CSHA? WHY NOW?

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 welcomes first two Corporate members
October 8, 2021

CSHA welcomes first two Corporate members

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]

Leading the way
June 19, 2021

Leading the way

CSHA advocates for the community (From Summer 2021 Convey magazine) By Jennifer Snelling THESE DAYS, we have become more comfortable with telehealth, teletherapy and Zoom. But more than a year ago when we were all asked to shelter in place, many practitioners were concerned about how to best continue serving their clients and patients. This ...[Read More]

Share Our Story
January 29, 2020

Share Our Story

For more than 50 years, CSHA has worked to fulfill that vision. We serve Californians across our diverse state, supporting those with speech, hearing, swallowing, voice and cognitive challenges.