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PSHA 2020 Town Hall: Recording from June 25, 2020 Meeting

1-Hour Recorded Session
(Available until June 24, 2021)

Registration is free.

The quarterly PSHA Town Hall will provide members with a legislative update regarding important issues affecting current clinical practice and PSHA’s collaboration with other related professional associations. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage with the PSHA lobbyist and PSHA executive board members. Attendees will also be provided with information to improve advocacy efforts across the state.

At the completion of this event, attendees will be able to:

  • Describe four activities from the state association that impact daily SLP practice in our state
  • Describe four ways by which members can be directly involved in state association activities
  • List 3 member benefits ("talking points") to belonging to the state association that can be used with non-members to encourage their involvement
 

Time-Ordered Agenda:

  • 10 Minutes - PSHA Collaboration with Other Professional Organizations
  • 15 Minutes - Licensure/Medical Practice Updates
  • 10 Minutes - Questions and Answers
  • 15 Minutes - PDE/Educational Practice Updates
  • 10 Minutes - Questions and Answers
 

Continuing Education


This course is offered for 0.1 ASHA CEUs (intermediate level, related area.)

Presenter Disclosures

 

PSHA 2020 Town Hall Recording
from April 30, 2020 Meeting

1-Hour Recorded Session
(Available until April 29, 2021)

Registration is free.

This session will utilize a panel discussion format comprised of PSHA Executive Board members to focus on issues and trends impacting the professions of speech-language pathology and audiology, including reimbursement, legislation at state and federal levels, graduate level training programs and state licensure requirements. Panel members will detail how these issues directly impact the practices of speech-language pathologists and audiologists and will provide information as to how actions at the local, state and national levels can influence change. Audience members will be given an opportunity to ask questions and contribute to the discussion.

At the completion of this event, attendees will be able to:

  • Describe the history of Pennsylvania licensure and certification requirements related to the schools
  • Identify at least three issues impacting service delivery
  • List pending legislation impacting our professions at both a state and national level

Continuing Education


This course is offered for 0.1 ASHA CEUs (intermediate level, related area.)

Presenter Disclosures

 

Pennsylvania Speech Language Hearing Association
700 McKnight Park Drive, Suite 708 | Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
412-366-9858 | 412-366-8804 fx
psha@psha.org
ASHA.org
 
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