April 15-18
Tan-Tar-A Conference Center
Osage Beach, MO

Save the Date: 2021 MSHA Convention

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Call for Posters Now Being Accepted

Student Posters: Deadline December 1

Melissa Passe, MA, CCC-SLP

MSHA Spotlight

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MSHA Town Hall: Empowerment Series

I had the opportunity to attend all three Town Hall Meetings and each one of them was outstanding.
Kudos to the Executive Board and committee members who organized these meetings, as well as to
each presenter. Thank you for providing the MSHA membership with a positive alternative, due to the
loss of the onsite spring Convention, to earn CEUs!

– MSHA Member

View recordings of the 2020 MSHA Town Hall meetings!

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regarding current world events

Resources for Coronavirus
(COVID-19) Pandemic
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Updates

OSEP released document concerning implementation of the IDEA Part B provision of services during COVID-19

The Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services’ Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) released a Q&A document in response to inquiries concerning implementation of the In [Learn More]
Executive Order 20-04 Has Been Extended

Executive Order 20-04 was issued on March 18, 2020, ordering temporary waive or suspend the operation of statutes and regulations to provide services via telehealth. Executive Order 20-04 has been ext [Learn More]
Missouri Guidelines for School-Based Speech-Language Pathologists

The MSHA Handbook has been revised and is available for your viewing. [Read More]
2020 MSHA Fall Workshops Canceled

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US Department of Education on COVID-19

The US Department of Education has just released some information that provides guidance that pertains to students being served under IDEA during the COVID-19 outbreak. [Please review this information and frequently check the MSHA and ASHA websites for information.]
Medicare Reverses Incorrect Edit

MSHA knows that there have been concerns raised around CMS’ 2020 edit that did not allow same-day billing of 92611 (modified barium swallow study) and 74230 (radiologist charge). [Read More]
Special Education Standards and Indicators

DESE Special Education Standards and Indicators now available. [Learn More]

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Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours! May you all stay healthy and have plentiful meals. These guys are so grateful you did not pick them for dinner, and we are so grateful that you did pick MSHA to support and follow 🦃. ... See MoreSee Less

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MSHA would like to celebrate state NSSLHA Chapters that met the 2019-2020 MSHA Gold Status! Today we Congratulate the Maryville NSSLHA Chapter!!

Below is a word about what it takes to earn this recognition and pictures of the current and previous Maryville Chapter NSSLHA Presidents celebrating the receipt of their certificate of recognition for the Chapter’s hard work!

CONGRATULATIONS Maryville NSSLHA!!!
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Here is a FREE event coming up TOMORROW that may be of interest to some of you. www.parkinsonvoiceproject.org/15thAnniversaryCelebration ... See MoreSee Less

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Tune in for this VIDEO update on the 2020 efforts of our State Education Advocacy Leader (SEAL), State Advocate for Medicare Policy (StAMP), and State Advocate for Reimbursement (STAR). Thank you to the following MSHA Executive Board members; Heather Lazarides, Pat Jones, Kim Stewart, and Michelle Vomund. #ASHA #MSHA #stateadvocacy #medicarepolicy #reimbursement ... See MoreSee Less

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Want to know more?! Today is International Stuttering Awareness Day! The perfect day to advocate for stutterers across the globe. Many people may not realize roughly 3 million Americans stutter, beginning around the age of two and possibly lasting a lifetime. There is currently no one cause of stuttering, nor is there a cure. A person who stutters could benefit from our help as a speech language pathologist, as we can offer strategies to try and improve the condition or help get them to a place of comfort during conversational speech. Just remember, advocating for a cause goes a long way. For more information on this topic, please click the ASHA link attached - asha.org/stuttering/.
Thank you Sophia Vaughn of Fontbonne University for this information.
#stutteringawareness #ASHA #Fontbonne
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