The Hawaii Speech-Language-Hearing Association is a professional, non-profit organization of speech-language pathologists and audiologists that is nationally recognized by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
We are approved by ASHA's Continuing Education
Board to provide continuing education activities in speech-language
pathology and audiology. ASHA CE Provider approval does not imply
endorsement of course content, specific products or clinical procedures.
The Hawaii Speech-Language Hearing Association stands in solidarity with those who are raising their voices for positive change. We are supportive of the Black Lives Matter movement; and aim to amplify the voices of BIPOC [black/indigenous/people of color].
We aim to promote excellence and understanding among SLPs and AUDs as well as professional development, advocacy, and leadership to provide education and quality services that embrace the diversity of those we serve.
Our vision is to enhance communication and quality of life for ALL across the islands.
HSHA is aware that in order to do this, we must have increased sensitivity to the issues impacting the most marginalized in our society. HSHA will strive to cultivate multi-cultural education, diversity and inclusion, and advocacy from within. Together We Rise. Mahalo.”
#BLM #BlackFuturesMatter #BlackVoicesMatter #SLPsofColor
HSHA members are encouraged to vote in our first
electronic election for the 2020-2021 HSHA Board of Directors
Members can cast their vote and learn more about the 2020-2021 nominees here.
Survey available, see Educational Affairs for more information. It only takes 2-5 minutes!
Due to concerns regarding COVID-19, the HSHA Board of Directors unanimously voted to cancel our 43rd Annual HSHA Convention. We value your commitment to learning and are working with our speakers to host them in Hawaii at a later date.
HSHA’s vision is advancing and engaging our members across the islands to enhance the communication and quality of life for all.
HSHA’s mission is promoting excellence in speech-language pathology and audiology through professional development, advocacy, and leadership to provide education and quality services that embrace the diversity of the people we serve.