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]
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]
The California Speech Language Hearing Association (CSHA) is thrilled to announce its implementation of comprehensive brand and communications strategies designed to build on CSHA’s 53-year record of serving its members and the people who need them, and to tell the stories of their life-changing work.
The CSHA Career Center includes jobs in specific categories like medical groups, private practices, research facilities, non-profits, education, and more. Members can continue to connect with highly qualified job seekers through 30-day and 60-day job postings and many other package inclusions.
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.
The California Speech-Language Hearing Association (CSHA) has released an educational video and supporting online resource guide to help parents, medical professionals, educators and speech-language pathologists evaluate where a child is on the path to age-appropriate language skills and determine if intervention or support is needed.