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Audiology Committee Legislative Update

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The ArSHA Audiology Committee welcomes all Arizona Audiologists and Audiology students to participate in a Legislative Update via Zoom on September 28th from 6:15- 7:00pm. Todd Baughman, ArSHA’s lobbyist, from Policy Development Group will discuss what he does to advocate for the Audiology profession, briefly describe how the legislative process works, and answer any questions

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We All Have a Voice

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Nothing helps us raise our voice better than being connected with others. Gabby Giffords knows this well. She shared with us her message of recovery and the ability and responsibility to raise our voices. This video was available at our ArSHA Convention in April and we would love for you to be able to see it.

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AAC in Arizona: Navigating the New Managed Care Model – Recording

75 minute recording available August 22, 2021 – August 20, 2022 Handout download: AAC in Arizona Navigating the New Managed Care Model Handout (PDF) Presented by Jeremy Legaspi, MS CCC-SLP, Staci R. McCauley, M. Ed., M.S. CCC-SLP, Dr. Elizabeth Morrison, CCC-SLP and Danika Stampfel, M. S. CCC-SLP Description of the workshop: This 75-minute presentation focuses

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Opportunities & Things to Know

The graduate programs in our state offer a variety of learning opportunities. Besides the rigorous core courses that each program provides, there are electives that add to the learning experience. Below are some of these opportunities. Then, find some hints and tricks that will make your transition to Arizona and graduate school a little smoother.

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Talking about Race and Making Change: Anti-Racist Practice in Speech-Language Pathology – Recording

Recording – Available until October 19, 2021 Presented by: Chelsea Privette, MEd, CCC-SLP Chelsea Privette, MEd, CCC-SLP is a doctoral candidate in Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences at the University of Arizona under the mentorship of Dr. Leah Fabiano-Smith. She has a Masters of Education in Communication Disorders from North Carolina Central University. Her research

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Graduate students in CSD: Check out the new scholarship available from ArSHA

Application deadline-February 1, 2020 ArSHA Outstanding Graduate Student Scholarship This $500 scholarship is available to a current active ArSHA student member who has displayed strong clinical potential, leadership skills, and pre-professional involvement and service at the local, state or national level. For complete information, guidelines, and the application form, visit: http://www.arsha.org/documents/ArSHA_Outstanding_Graduate_Student_Scholarship_Application_July_2019.docx

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Implicit Bias in Clinical Practice

Chelsea Privette, M.Ed., CCC-SLP, for ArSHA’S Cultural and Linguistic Diversity committee   Everyone has biases – both positive and negative. Implicit bias affects our clinical practice in ways that are subtle to us, but in not-so-subtle ways to the clients we serve. The good news is that we have the ability to identify our biases

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