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The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is the professional, scientific, and credentialing association for more than 130,000 members and affiliates who are audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists. Read more about ASHA.

Current Features

Representation of Services for Insurance Reimbursement, Funding, or Private Payment Find Out What's New to Help You Earn Your CEUs
ASHA's new professional development program, Representation of Services for Insurance Reimbursement, Funding, or Private Payment, provides you with strategies for overcoming quality care in a reimbursement environment that is ever-changing.

Ann Kummer and Leslie RescorlaASHA Podcast: "Late Talkers"
Speech-language pathologist Ann Kummer and child psychologist Leslie Rescorla provide expert advice to parents of "late talkers" or toddlers between 24 and 31 months old.

ASHA News & Updates

Call for Committee and Board Nominations – Deadline is September 29

CFCC Call for Nominations

Peer Review – Procedures for Investigating and Reporting Allegations of Scientific Misconduct

Take a Virtual Tour of ASHA's National Office

Convention Housing is Now Open

Conferences & Events

I Have Children with Autism
on my Caseload -
Now What Do I Do?

September 25, 2008
Live Forum Event

ASHA Audiology 2008
October 10-27, 2008
Virtual Conference

ASHA Convention
November 20-22, 2008
Chicago, Illinois

Leadership Meetings
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