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Audiology Committee Legislative Update

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 you

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ArSHA’s Mentorship Program

Over the past year, I had the privilege of mentoring a second year leveler student from Northern Arizona University about all things Speech. During our monthly meetings via Zoom or phone calls, we talked about the profession, strategies to help prepare for the upcoming Praxis exam and even practice interview questions. Each month my mentee

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From Backlogged to Backpacks: ArSHA Webinar hopes to close the service gap for AAC users

Back-to-school looks different for everyone this year. Yes, there are fresh haircuts, new school uniforms, and bright white sneakers. But there are temperature checks, masks, and hand sanitizer bottles, too. School itself looks different; some are online, in-person, others follow a hybrid model or homeschool. Everyone is a little anxious. But for some nonverbal students

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Presentations Educate Parents and Professionals about DDD’s Recent Changes to AAC Services

On January 1, 2021, Arizona’s Department of Developmental Disabilities transferred the management of their Augmentative and Alternative Communication Unit (AAC Aug Com unit) to their contracted managed care organizations, Mercy Care and United Health Care, including evaluations for AAC devices and related training. The state has promised this transition will bring many benefits, including a

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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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A Year for Connections

Dear ArSHA members, SLP and Audiology professionals in Arizona, Welcome to a new year for the Arizona Speech and Hearing Association! We would like to give our sincere appreciation to Board and Committee members who serve on their own time and with their individual strengths to promote the good of our professions and the community

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You Do What? Resources for you from an ArSHA committee partnership

Thank you to Samantha Hagness with ArSHA’s Community Relations Committee in partnership with the Speech-Language Pathology Assistant and Audiology Committees! Together, they developed downloadable PDF resources describing the roles of speech-language pathologists, audiologists, and speech-language pathology assistants! Read more from Samantha below. “YOU DO WHAT?” I can’t even begin to count the number of times

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Why bother with Language Inventory for Bilingual and Multilingual Individuals?

Why bother with Language Inventory for Bilingual and Multilingual Individuals? Introduction The aim of this tutorial is to bring awareness to the importance of gathering language inventories from bilingual and multilingual individuals who are seeking services from speech-language pathologists. It provides general information about language development with this population, outlines aspects of a language profile

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