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The Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing Association empowers members to connect and
advocate for the advancement of our professions in order to ensure access to the best
quality services.

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Updates

Special Education Standards and Indicators

DESE Special Education Standards and Indicators now available. [Read More]
Time To Renew

It’s time to renew your MSHA membership for 2020. [Renew Today!]
CCS SS SCS HCS HB 399 – Healthcare

This bill modifies several provisions relating to the health care services. [Learn More]
HB 77 – Public School Retirement System

Currently, any teacher retired from the Public School Retirement System of Missouri may be employed in a position covered under the Public Education Employee Retirement System (PEERS) without stopping [Read More]
DESE SLP Certification Changes

Just a friendly reminder, DESE will no longer issue Initial Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) certificates beginning August 1, 2019. [Read More]

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December 3rd is International Day of Persons with Disabilities. This day aims to promote awareness of persons with disabilities in every aspect of political, social, economic and cultural life. At least 10% of the world's population, or 650 million people live with a disability. The International Day of Persons with Disabilities was first established by the United Nations in 1992 and countries worldwide now participate in various ways to promote the International Day of Persons with Disabilities! To learn more about this international day click the link below!
en.unesco.org/commemorations/personswithdisabilitiesday
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Today we are highlighting NSSLHA at Rockhurst University!

“RUSSLHA at Rockhurst University has been busy this Fall fundraising for CSD scholarships with Maverick’s game tickets, hosting meet and greets for graduate and undergraduate CSD students and attending collaborative workshops with PT and OT students to strengthen inter-professional relationships. In the upcoming weeks, we are preparing for a Potluck and Panel to build and foster relationships within our organization as well as celebrate the culmination of our semester in a stress free way!”
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Today we are highlighting NSSLHA at Missouri State University!

“This year we started a tutoring service for students in NSSLHA! Students who wanted some extra help in a specific class reach out to NSSLHA and they are given a tutor’s phone number. We are having great success and students are enjoying it. A few weeks ago, we had our annual CSD Fall picnic. Undergraduate, graduate students and all the wonderful faculty and staff that are in the CSD department got together at a local park. We had a huge turn-out and everyone had a great time! Recently, NSSLHA came together and had a bake sale. As a chapter, we raised $320.00. We are planning on donating the profits to the Missouri State Speech and Hearing Clinic. We have had a very successful semester so far and are very excited for what is to come the rest of the year!”
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Today we are highlighting NSSLHA at Truman State University!

“Truman State University CoDa has been busy this semester. We have several speakers presenting to us at our meetings this semester such as an SLP from Truman State’s Speech and Hearing Clinic. We will also be hearing from a representative from Washington University who will be speaking about their Deaf education graduate program. As for service, we’ve had several members join the community in The Walk to End Alzheimer’s a few weeks ago. We are so excited for our service project next semester which will be raising money for the Greenwood School Autism Clinic! Truman State University CoDa is having a great year and looking forward to the rest of it!”
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