Join us on Zoom on January 21st from 6-7 PM for a happy hour event with Arizona’s graduate students. As our way to say “THANKS!” for your willingness to give back to the field, we will be raffling off some amazing prizes, including memberships to SLP Now, The Informed SLP, and the Ultimate SLP. We
ASHA’s new Assistants Certification Program launches on December 15, 2020. Assistants will be able to earn the Certified Audiology Assistant (C-AA) or the Certified Speech-Language Pathology Assistant (C-SLPA) credential—and position themselves to embrace new career opportunities and to stand out among their peers. Here are a few of our most frequently asked questions to help
Lisa Naylor is ArSHA’s StAMP (State Advocate for Medicare Policy) representative. She has been keeping our membership apprised of relevant legislation on Capitol Hill. Following is the latest information she has provided. This involves a newly proposed bill intended as a stop gap to Medicare B cuts affecting audiology and speech-language pathology reimbursement for services.
The Arizona State Legislature is currently out of session. Even still, there is plenty to occupy the time and attention of ArSHA’s Government Affairs Committee. Committee members have had meetings with AZDHS, ADE, senior staff with Governor Ducey’s office, and a host of other stakeholders regarding the upcoming legislative session and the bills we are looking to
Can I just tell you that choosing the name of this blog was MUCH harder than deciding to WRITE the blog. I’ve been tossing around names for the better part of six months now, and nothing seemed to stick. It was immensely stressful. There were so many criteria I had to meet. It had to
Arizona Attorney General (AG) Mark Brnovich has issued a press release warning the public about over-the-counter hearing aid scams. His office has received approximately 140 complaints in the past year from consumers who purchased over-the-counter hearing aids that didn’t work and couldn’t be returned. He warns that over-the-counter hearing aids are not approved by the
ArSHA is proud to advocate for individuals with complex communication needs. In August, we sent a letter expressing concern regarding how the state is handling the AAC crisis. You can read more about that by searching ArSHA’s blog. Click on the link below to see the official response ArSHA received from DDD. We will continue
Last summer, I had the opportunity to spend 6 weeks in Quito, Ecuador, participating in a graduate program for Speech-Language Pathologists and graduate students that focused on cultural and linguistic diversity in the field of speech-language pathology. Before we left and throughout our stay, we completed journal entries and responded to discussion prompts. I hadn’t