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  • On September 30, the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS) released a Q&A document. This second in a series of Q&As builds on the August 24 press release and demonstrates the Department's continued commitment to support States to ensure they have the information necessary to carry out these important requirements and to make good use of the additional American Rescue Plan (ARP) funds to ensure the full implementation of IDEA requirements.
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Please mark your calendars for April 6-9, 2022! The PSHA Convention is back live and in-person at the Sheraton Station Square in Pittsburgh! This will be our first in-person convention since 2019, and it promises to be worth the wait with a variety of high-quality presentations across a variety of topics. The theme of this year’s convention is Re-emerging, Reconnecting, Rebuilding, which is very appropriate given events of the past two years. Convention registration will open on the PSHA website in February, but hotel rooms can be booked now: psha.org/continuing-education/psha-convention/ We are looking forward to seeing you at the 2022 Convention! ... See MoreSee Less
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Do you have an outstanding colleague? Nominate them for one of our PSHA awards! One of the most positive things our association can do is to recognize the accomplishments and dedication of our peers! PSHA honors both members for their outstanding achievements and service to the fields of speech-language pathology, audiology and teachers of the hearing impaired.Awards are to be submitted by February 15. If you know someone who you feel meets the criteria for one of these awards, please submit your nomination letters to psha@psha.org The following honors and awards are given to outstanding colleagues within our profession:Amy S. Goldman Advocacy AwardPSHA Distinguished Service AwardHonors of the AssociationClinical Achievement Awards (by ASHF through PSHA)Appreciation of Service AwardPSHA Rising Star AwardMore information about the criteria for each award is available at psha.org/membership/awards/ ... See MoreSee Less
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We have a great student track planned for the 2022 PSHA Convention, April 6th-9th, including workshops to help make the transition from student to professional, opportunities for advocacy, awards, posters, and more! ... See MoreSee Less
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We have a great student track planned for the 2022 PSHA Convention this April, including workshops to help make the transition from student to professional, opportunities for advocacy, awards, posters, and more! ... See MoreSee Less
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Reminder - we are still accepting slogans for our Better Hearing and Speech Month (BHSM) coloring, drawing, and essay contests. What ideas do you have for a good slogan for our BHSM slogan contest? Send any ideas to psha@psha.org by Friday, February 4.It's already time to start thinking about May, which is Better Hearing and Speech Month (BHSM)! As you may know, PSHA sponsors a coloring, drawing and essay contest for school students in Pennsylvania. Students submit entries to their speech-language pathologist, who submits them to PSHA. The top three entries in each category can win prizes. The contest is slogan-oriented, and we ask the PSHA membership to come up with ideas for the BHSM slogan. While the slogan doesn't have to have the same theme as the Convention, we do usually try to make it at least somewhat related. The materials are distributed at the Convention, so it helps if they aren't too different. The theme for the 2022 Convention is Re-Emerging, Re-Connecting, Re-Building. What ideas do you have for a good slogan for our BHSM slogan contest? Send any ideas to psha@psha.org by Friday, February 4. ... See MoreSee Less
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Please mark your calendars for April 6-9, 2022! The PSHA Convention is back live and in-person at the Sheraton Station Square in Pittsburgh! This will be our first in-person convention since 2019. For more information, visit: https://psha.org/continuing-education/psha-convention/ We look forward to seeing you!

We are seeking nominations for PSHA awards & honors which are given to outstanding colleagues within our profession. Nominations should be made to the VP for Membership & Ethical Practices by February 15th. For more info about the qualifications, visit: https://psha.org/membership/awards/

We are now seeking nominations for the newly established Amy S. Goldman Advocacy Award! Learn more about Amy S. Goldman and the award by visiting: https://psha.org/membership/awards/

We have a great student track planned for the 2022 PSHA Convention this April 6th-9th, including workshops to help make the transition from student to professional, opportunities for advocacy, awards, posters, and more!

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We are accepting slogans for our Better Hearing and Speech Month (BHSM) coloring, drawing, and essay contests. What ideas do you have for a good slogan for our BHSM slogan contest? Send any ideas to psha@psha.org by Friday, February 4th

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