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BHSM: Resources for Outpatient Services     

BHSM: Resources for Outpatient Services     

Today marks the official halfway point of Better Hearing and Speech Month (BHSM), and there are many more articles to share from the ASHA Journals! This week, we’re focusing on ...
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Forum Highlights Collaboration Between Researchers and Clinicians

Forum Highlights Collaboration Between Researchers and Clinicians

Here at the ASHA Journals, we’re all about solving problems. The traditional research pipeline of relying on randomized clinical trials can often seem frustratingly slow. At the same time, clinicians ...
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BHSM: Providing Inpatient Services

BHSM: Providing Inpatient Services

Welcome to the second week of Better Hearing and Speech Month (BHSM)! As ASHA celebrates the 50th anniversary of this month-long awareness campaign, we’re highlighting recent articles that can help ...
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BHSM: Connecting People in the Schools

BHSM: Connecting People in the Schools

ASHA’s 223,000 members work in a variety of roles and settings across the country and even the world. Despite their differences, they share a common goal: to help people better ...
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Perspectives Forum Highlights Holistic Admissions

Perspectives Forum Highlights Holistic Admissions

With the demand for speech-language pathologists continuing to grow, it is important to find and foster candidates likely to succeed. The latest forum in Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest ...
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The Latest on Autism and Teletherapy in Perspectives!

The Latest on Autism and Teletherapy in Perspectives!

ASHA members who are based in the schools are likely to work with children diagnosed with autism. As school-based clinicians continue to explore their telepractice options after returning to in-person ...
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April 16 Is World Voice Day

April 16 Is World Voice Day

Approximately 1 in 13 adults in experiences a voice problem every year in the United States. For millions of Americans of all ages, these problems may be persistent voice disorders ...
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LSHSS Forums Showcase The Latest on Virtual Assessment and Intervention

LSHSS Forums Showcase The Latest on Virtual Assessment and Intervention

Although ASHA has recognized telepractice as a viable method of service delivery for more than 15 years, many found themselves using it for the first time during the onset of ...
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It’s April: Welcome to Autism Acceptance Month!

It’s April: Welcome to Autism Acceptance Month!

Once again, we’re recognizing Autism Acceptance Month at the ASHA Journals. Although it presents differently in the millions of individuals diagnosed with autism in the United States alone, ASHA points ...
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We’re Looking for Our Next Editors-in-Chief!

We’re Looking for Our Next Editors-in-Chief!

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association is currently seeking nominations for candidates to fill three upcoming vacancies for editor-in-chief positions, with service starting January 1, 2023. Editors-in-chief are sought for the American ...
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Brain Injury Awareness Month and the ASHA Journals

Brain Injury Awareness Month and the ASHA Journals

The Brain Injury Association of America estimates that 1 in 60 Americans are living with a permanent brain injury. As part of Brain Injury Awareness Month, the ASHA Journals are ...
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More on Increasing Diversity in ASHA’s Workforce in AJSLP!

More on Increasing Diversity in ASHA’s Workforce in AJSLP!

Increasing diversity in the communication sciences and disorders workforce has been a priority at ASHA for more than 50 years. With so much history, it’s no surprise that what was ...
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Help Raise Awareness on World Hearing Day!

Help Raise Awareness on World Hearing Day!

World Hearing Day, a campaign of the World Health Organization (WHO), recognizes the importance of hearing health care not only in the United States but around the world. This year, ...
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Perspectives Forum Highlights Ethical Issues in Special Education

Perspectives Forum Highlights Ethical Issues in Special Education

Audiologists and speech-language pathologists (SLPs) in public schools face many challenges every day. Alongside their day-to-day work, they need to navigate relationships with students, teachers, administrators, and even caregivers. Along ...
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ASHA Journals Program Recognizes International Cochlear Implant Day

ASHA Journals Program Recognizes International Cochlear Implant Day

On this date in 1957, André Djourno and Charles Eyriès were the first people to install a cochlear implant (CI), electrically stimulating the auditory nerve through an electrode in the ...
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