PSHA Virtual Fall Event!

Professional Issues in Pennsylvania:
DEI, Ethics, Supervision and More

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Recorded Sessions available November 1-December 31.
Wednesday-Thursday, October 18-19

2024 PSHA Convention

April 10-13, 2024 - Pittsburgh, PA

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Professional Submission Deadline: EXTENDED to October 20, 2023
Student Poster Deadline: February 28, 2024
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Recent Updates
  • PSHA is offering access to a free webinar (originally presented during the Fall 2022 PSHA event) presented by our lobbyist, Angie Armbrust. The presentation covers information about pertinent issues related to governmental processes, legislation and how to take specific information and meaningful action, such as talking to legislators. Click on the link above to watch video.
  • Clarification On the Terminology and John Fetterman The Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association (PSHA) is the state association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists. Speech-Language Pathologists work with individuals who experience communication difficulties. There has been a lot of recent public discussion about John Fetterman's post-stroke communication difficulties, and we would like to
  • We are excited to announce a new and revamped site for grassroots advocacy! Similar to the previous site, the Take Action site lists federal and state campaigns with prewritten letters that go directly to your elected officials. ASHA is using this new platform for Action Alert email blasts to engage members in state advocacy.
    Please note: The URL for ASHA's Take Action has changed. If you have used/posted any older links on your webpages or communications, please be sure to update the URL. The only URL that still works is, which redirects to the new page.

  • No Surprises Act Goes Into Effect 2022: What Audiologists and SLPs Need to Know
  • 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.
On this #GivingTuesday, when you join PSHA or renew your membership, consider making a donation to the PSHA Capital Campaign. value our members and their participation in the events and activities of the association. Membership dues directly support our advocacy efforts, working with our lobbyist, and our efforts to bring you high-quality continuing education. PSHA supports all Pennsylvania audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and those we serve through its ongoing advocacy, outreach, and opportunities for continuing education. As with any structure, to maintain its strength and security, ongoing maintenance is required. Please consider lending your financial support to ensure that the structure of PSHA remains strong. There are other ways to give besides financial! Consider volunteering to serve on one of our member-drive committees. We are always looking for passionate individual who want to work toward positive change!Participants in the Capital Campaign will be eligible (one chance for every $10 donation) to be entered into a raffle drawing for a free registration for the PSHA Annual Convention in April.Thank you!Dana Bitetti, Ph.D., CCC-SLPPSHA President ... See MoreSee Less
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Did You Miss the PSHA 2023 Virtual Fall Event? No problem! Recordings are now availableProfessional Issues in PA: DEI, Ethics, Supervision and MoreGain practical skills navigating various professional practice issues. Experts and PSHA committees working in Pennsylvania come together at this workshop event. Plus the Town Hall provides more information about how PSHA is advocating for all clinicians across the state. Recorded sessions are available from November 1-December 31, 2023. CEUs and Act 48 available!Visit the PSHA website at for more information on speakers, sessions, registration and continuing education information.Contact the PSHA Office at with any questions. ... See MoreSee Less
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Members - check your in boxes for the November In Brief, featuring updates about convention, advocacy efforts, and our monthly DEIA Community of Practice. Our SEAL, Hope Warner also provided updates about ASHA’s Capitol Day and Open Forum #slpsinpennsylvania #audiologistsinpennsylvania #pennsylvaniaslps #pennsylvaniaaud #yourstateassociation ... See MoreSee Less
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PSHA is grateful for members like you. We want to express our sincere gratitude to our dear members, who make PSHA unique. Thank you for being part of PSHA and your unwavering commitment to our mission, our profession, and those we serve! ... See MoreSee Less
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