Organizational Overview

Mission Statement

Our Mission is to empower our current and future professionals and those they serve through education, advocacy, and inclusion to promote clinical excellence.

Vision Statement

Enhancing quality of life and the human right to communicate across the commonwealth.

Who We Are

The Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association, founded in 1960, is a professional organization of speech-language pathologists, audiologists and teachers of the hearing impaired.

  • Serves as a liaison between the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and its Pennsylvania members.
  • All Volunteer Executive Board
  • Represents its members’ interests in legislative affairs.
  • Recommends standards for training and practices.
  • Provides information about effective programs and services in communication disorders and other related fields.
  • Works to inform the public about the profession, careers, programs and services in the field of communication disorders.
  • Encourages basic scientific study of the process of individual human communication.
  • Monitors Licensure Board activities.

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