Posts Tagged: CSHA Advocacy

CSHA statement regarding bodily autonomy
June 27, 2022

CSHA statement regarding bodily autonomy

The California Speech Language Hearing Association (CSHA) believes in bodily autonomy for all. Inasmuch as communication is a fundamental element of bodily autonomy, so are decisions involving health and reproductive choice. Denying women the ability to make deeply personal decisions about their health and body violates their fundamental human rights. And make no mistake, reproductive ...[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]

Sign up for the CSHA Advocacy Network
May 13, 2022

Sign up for the CSHA Advocacy Network

CSHA recently launched its long-planned Advocacy Network for members! By joining the network, CSHA Advocacy Network members will receive: Timely policy and legislative updates via texts and emails Urgent calls to action Insightful policy updates And more! This new member benefit allows members to directly communicate with their legislators on issues of key importance to ...[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]

CSHA statement on violence toward AAIP community
March 20, 2021

CSHA statement on violence toward AAIP community

The shooting in Atlanta, Georgia, this week is tragically, yet another act of anti-Asian violence in the United States. To our Asian and Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) members: We stand with you and we mourn with you. The California Speech Language Hearing Association (CSHA) strongly and unequivocally condemns anti-Asian discrimination and violence. We speak as ...[Read More]