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2021 PSHA Convention

Recordings

Town Hall: January 21, 2021

ASHA Update: News and Forum

Town Hall: June 25, 2020

Town Hall: April 30, 2020

 

 

 

 

 

PSHA Annual Business Meeting and Professional Roundtable Discussions

Thursday, April 22, 2021
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm ET

Registration is free.  

Registration:

PSHA Annual Business Meeting
This meeting of the membership will provide a financial report and will be your last opportunity to nominate yourself or a colleague for a seat on the 2021-2022 PSHA Executive Board.

Professional Roundtable Discussions
These discussions will provide an opportunity for professionals to engage in dynamic roundtables to discuss important workplace issues with colleagues from across the state. We will have several roundtables to choose from including: early Intervention, school setting, acute/rehab setting, skilled nursing facility/home health, higher education, and audiology. Each discussion will have a facilitator to encourage discussion points. It will be a great opportunity to share best practices, concerns, and questions with colleagues in similar work settings.

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

  • Describe concerns facing professionals in specific work settings.
  • Describe best practices for assessment, treatment, and documentation.
  • Describe strategies to improve professional service delivery.
 

Time-Ordered Agenda:

  • 30 minutes: PSHA Annual Membership Meeting (not available for ASHA CEUs)
  • 15 minutes: Select roundtable and moderators will provide overview of the topic area
  • 30 minutes: HDiscussion of workplace issues related to the specific roundtables
  • 15 minutes: Q&A
 

Continuing Education


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

Presenter Disclosures

 

Recordings

PSHA Town Hall Meeting

1-Hour Recording from January 21, 2021
(Available until January 20, 2022)

Registration is free.  

Registration:

The quarterly PSHA Town Hall will provide members with a legislative update regarding issues affecting current clinical practice and PSHA’s collaboration with other related professional associations in continued response to COVID-19. Attendees will also be provided with information to improve advocacy efforts across the state in continued response to COVID-19.

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

  • Identify two activities that impact daily SLP practice in our state in response to COVID-19.
  • Describe two ways by which members can be directly involved in state association activities in response to COVID-19.
  • Explain how the PSHA lobby is an important member benefits to support legislative efforts in response to COVID-19
 

Time-Ordered Agenda:

  • 10 minutes: General Summary of COVID-19 as it relates to CSD practice.
  • 10 minutes: School based issues related to COVID-19
  • 10 minutes: Health care based issues related to COVID-19
  • 10 minutes: University issues related to COVID-19
  • 10 minutes: Legislative issues and COVID-19
  • 10 minutes: Q&A
 

Continuing Education


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

Presenter Disclosures

 

ASHA Update: News and Forum

1-Hour Recorded Webinar
from November 4, 2020
(Available until November 3, 2021)

Registration is free.

Craig Coleman is the Department Chairperson in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Edinboro University. He is also the current Vice President of Planning for the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Craig is a former two-term President of PSHA and has received PSHA Honors and he is an ASHA Fellow.

This session will provide a brief Board of Directors update from ASHA and allow an open forum with the attendees.

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

  • discuss current legislation that ASHA is working on.
  • identify concepts of the ASHA strategic plan.
  • discuss recent ASHA resolutions.
  • identify future directions of the association.

 

Time-Ordered Agenda:

  • 20 minutes: ASHA Updates for 2020
  • 20 minutes: Updated Strategic Pathway
  • 10 minutes: Looking Ahead to 2021
  • 10 minutes: Q and A with PSHA Members

 

Continuing Education


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

Presenter Disclosures
Financial Disclosure: Craig Coleman has no relevant financial relationships to disclose.
Non-Financial Disclosure: Craig Coleman is a member of the ASHA Board of Directors.

PSHA 2020 Town Hall - 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 - April 30, 2020

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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