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Traumatic Brain Injury, COVID-19, and More in the Latest Issue of Perspectives

Traumatic Brain Injury, COVID-19, and More in the Latest Issue of Perspectives

With content from ASHA’s 19 Special Interest Groups, every issue of Perspectives has something for any ASHA member, no matter where your interests lie! Affiliates of any SIG can read ...
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AJA Special Issue Showcases Ototoxicity and Noise Damage

AJA Special Issue Showcases Ototoxicity and Noise Damage

Two of the most prevalent preventable causes of hearing loss are exposure to high-intensity noise and ototoxins. Between 10 and 40 million Americans show noise-induced hearing damage, which, untreated, is ...
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AAC Awareness Month: AAC in a Recovering World

AAC Awareness Month: AAC in a Recovering World

Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) is probably more prevalent than you might think. Indeed, the International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (ISAAC) points out that everyone uses multiple forms ...
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AJSLP Forum Highlights the Importance of Diversity in Communication Sciences and Disorders

AJSLP Forum Highlights the Importance of Diversity in Communication Sciences and Disorders

Despite decades of outreach efforts from ASHA, “the demographic profile of the ASHA certified workforce is not reflective of the culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) residents of the United States” ...
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Peer Review Week 2021: Demographic Data Collection in ASHA Journals

Peer Review Week 2021: Demographic Data Collection in ASHA Journals

Earlier this week, we discussed the relevance of identity to the peer review process and encouraged reviewers to consider how their identities and lived experiences might enrich, limit, or skew ...
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Peer Review Week 2021: Identity in Peer Review

Peer Review Week 2021: Identity in Peer Review

The ASHA Journals are once again joining with organizations around the world in celebrating Peer Review Week (September 20–24, 2021). This year’s theme, selected through an open, global survey, is ...
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Special Collection Highlights ASHA’s Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Special Collection Highlights ASHA’s Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Since the development of ASHA’s Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) in 1969, the Association has worked to demonstrate its commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). The latest Special Collection ...
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September Is National Deaf Awareness Month!

September Is National Deaf Awareness Month!

This month, the ASHA Journals would like to encourage you to take some time out to recognize National Deaf Awareness Month. Hearing loss can range from mild or unilateral (single-ear) ...
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New Forums Address Diversity and Mental Health in Higher Education

New Forums Address Diversity and Mental Health in Higher Education

University communication sciences and disorders (CSD) programs play an important role in both recruiting diverse faculty and students and attending to student and faculty mental health. The latest issue of ...
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2021 ASHA Journals Awards

2021 ASHA Journals Awards

The ASHA Journals Awards encompass two categories of publications-related awards: The Alfred K. Kawana Award for Lifetime Achievement in Publications and the Editor’s Awards. For information on the ASHA Journals ...
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AJSLP Forum Highlights the Importance of SLPs in Concussion Treatment

AJSLP Forum Highlights the Importance of SLPs in Concussion Treatment

Mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), also known as concussion, is a widespread and widely researched topic. However, researchers and clinicians are still noting unclear diagnostic criteria, few objective indicators of ...
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July is National Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness Month!

July is National Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness Month!

For thousands of individuals with cleft and craniofacial conditions, ASHA members are a crucial resource. In recognition of National Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness Month, we’re featuring articles from across the ...
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Amanda Owen Van Horne Selected as Incoming Editor-in-Chief of LSHSS

Amanda Owen Van Horne Selected as Incoming Editor-in-Chief of LSHSS

Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools (LSHSS) is pleased to announce the selection of Amanda Own Van Horne, PhD, as the new editor-in-chief for the publication. Dr. Owen Van ...
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Celeste Domsch and Dawn Konrad-Martin Selected as Incoming Editors-in-Chief of Perspectives

Celeste Domsch and Dawn Konrad-Martin Selected as Incoming Editors-in-Chief of Perspectives

Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups (Perspectives) is pleased to announce the selection of Celeste Domsch, PhD, and Dawn Konrad-Martin, PhD, as two new editors-in-chief for the journal. Drs ...
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Cara Stepp Selected as Incoming Speech Editor-in-Chief of JSLHR

Cara Stepp Selected as Incoming Speech Editor-in-Chief of JSLHR

The Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research (JSLHR) is pleased to announce the selection of Cara Stepp, PhD, as the new editor-in-chief of the Speech section for the publication ...
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