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LSHSS Forum Invites School-Based SLPs to Resist Ableism

The beginning of the year is an important time to reflect on how we can do better for ourselves and others. A new forum in Language, Speech, and Hearing Services ...
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In Case You Missed It: Our Top Articles of 2022

In Case You Missed It: Our Top Articles of 2022

2022 was a banner year for ASHA’s journals! Our overall readership hit a new record high, and we published 850 new articles across our five journals. Below, we’re highlighting some ...
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<strong>ASHA Journals: 2022 in Review</strong>

ASHA Journals: 2022 in Review

For nearly 100 years, ASHA has been committed to helping our members increase their knowledge and share their expertise. In 2022, the ASHA Journals furthered our commitment to publishing peer-reviewed ...
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<em>Perspectives</em> Forums Highlight Key Topics for ASHA’s SLPs

Perspectives Forums Highlight Key Topics for ASHA’s SLPs

The December issue of Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups (Perspectives) contains a little something for everyone. Most notably, the issue’s forums contain articles on topics important to ASHA’s ...
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Contemporary Viewpoints on Over-The-Counter Hearing Aids

Contemporary Viewpoints on Over-The-Counter Hearing Aids

Although over-the-counter hearing aids have been available for years, a recent Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ruling and subsequent regulation of over-the-counter (OTC) devices has generated more consumer interest than ...
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Your Publons Profile Is Now a Web of Science Researcher Profile

Your Publons Profile Is Now a Web of Science Researcher Profile

Editorial Board Members and reviewers who serve the ASHA journals may have noticed a change earlier this year. Your Publons profile has been transferred to Web of Science and is ...
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Clinical Practice Guideline From ASHA Available in <em>AJA</em>

Clinical Practice Guideline From ASHA Available in AJA

The ASHA Journals and the American Journal of Audiology (AJA) are proud to announce the publication of a clinical practice guideline on aural rehabilitation (AR) in adults. This article includes ...
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Presenters of the 2022 Meritorious Posters Publish in ASHA Journals

Presenters of the 2022 Meritorious Posters Publish in ASHA Journals

Every year, ASHA chooses a select number of poster presentations from the annual ASHA Convention, deeming them “meritorious posters.” These posters represent some of the most exceptional and innovative contributions ...
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<em>Health Professions Week</em>: Thriving Through Collaboration

Health Professions Week: Thriving Through Collaboration

Throughout the United States, millions of Americans work in health professions. Although their roles, responsibilities, and settings may vary, health professionals share a common goal of offering their patients the ...
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Highlights From the 50th Clinical Aphasiology Conference

Highlights From the 50th Clinical Aphasiology Conference

Approximately 1 million individuals in the United States live with aphasia. This condition presents most often in individuals after a stroke or a head injury, particularly in people over the ...
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Forums on Voice and Cluttering in Perspectives

Forums on Voice and Cluttering in Perspectives

Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups (Perspectives) specializes in bridging research and practice, providing SIG affiliates with information that they can use in the clinic, classroom, and more. The ...
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Health Care Equity for People With Communication Disabilities

Health Care Equity for People With Communication Disabilities

People with disabilities, including communication disabilities, are an overlooked population that experiences significant health and health care disparities. Researchers and clinicians, including ASHA members, have an opportunity not only to ...
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Answers on Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids From ASHA

Answers on Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids From ASHA

Earlier this summer, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) established regulations on over-the counter (OTC) hearing aids, ensuring quality for existing OTC hearing aids and paving the way for ...
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Holistic Care in Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Holistic Care in Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) play a pivotal role in assessing and treating childhood apraxia of speech (CAS); however, CAS rarely occurs on its own. As many as 80% of children with ...
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AAC Awareness Month: Show Your Voice

AAC Awareness Month: Show Your Voice

Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) helps millions worldwide who cannot rely on their natural speech to communicate. In honor of AAC Awareness Month, we’re presenting the latest for clinicians and ...
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