History of MSHA
In October 1959, during an all day meeting in Columbia, Missouri, a vote was taken to form the Missouri Speech and Hearing Association. A constitution was approved with officers and delegates to the ASHA Legislative Assembly elected.
MSHA is governed by an Executive Board along with Networks and Committees.
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Mission and Vision
MSHA is guided by a Mission and Vision
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MSHA’s Executive Board developed a strategic plan that will guide the leadership, committees and staff in focusing resources and energies to ensure success.
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Review MSHA’s bylaws to learn how the Association is governed.
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Code of Ethics
Review ASHA’s Code of Ethics
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Advertise With MSHA
MSHA offers many marketing and advertising opportunities.
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