Governors Proclamation for May as Better Hearing and Speech Month for Missouri

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Missouri Guidelines for School-Based Speech-Language Pathologists

In 2016 and 2017, the Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing Association (MSHA) worked collaboratively with several stakeholders, including the Missouri Council for Administrators of Special Education (MO-CASE) and the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE), to formulate proposed changes to the speech-language eligibility criteria. During the course of this collaborative work, it became apparent that a handbook for Missouri’s school-based SLPs would significantly increase understanding and consistency in practices across the state.
The Handbook has been revised as of July 2020.

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Special Education Compliance Standards and Indicators→

Helpful Online Resources

DEI Resources

About the Communication Disorder Professions

Local Resources

More resources for the Multicultural Resources Page cited in Robert Augustine’s talk at CSAP—

ASHA Voices Podcasts:

American Sign Language Position Statement:

Support with Working with Transgender and Gender Diverse Communities:

Taking Action Against Microaggressions:

Diversity Equity and Inclusion at ASHA:

Cultural Competence Check Ins:

Research Requests

MSHA supports those members who are doing research in the field.
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