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Please join us for the Louisiana Speech-Language-Hearing Association's Annual Convention June 10-11, 2016 at the Lafayette DoubleTree Hotel.


Convention Registration is now OPEN!

Be sure to take advantage of our EARLY BIRD registration rates before May 20th



Convention Brochure
Convention Timeline Spreadsheet
Speaker Biographies
Presenter Disclosure Forms

Ms. Pam Mason, ASHA's Director of Audiology Practices, will present at lunch on Friday, June 10th.


 Featured Speakers:
            Audiology: Dr. Larry Metdwetsky from Gallaudet University
            School: Dr. Michael Boyle from Montclair State University
            Medical: Dr. Julie Hengst from University of Illinois at Champaign


Our Spring 2016 LSHA Lagniappe Newsletter is available to view or print online!  Please log-in to the Members Section and click on "Newsletter" 


Effective July 1, 2015, LSHA's new Mailing Address is:  PO Box 83132, Baton Rouge, LA 70884

2016 Day at the Capitol Advocacy Event

The LSHA/SPALS Day at the Capitol occurred within the Capitol Rotunda on May 3, 2016. Professionals and graduate students in attendance represented various universities, schools, medical sites, and private practices.

The Louisiana Practice Act, ASHA’s Code of Ethics, and information regarding billing and coding of services were discussed during a professional presentation providing .15 ASHA CEUs. Following the presentation, participants were able to identify proposed updates to the Louisiana Practice Act, identify changes to ASHA’s Code of Ethics, and describe billing and coding information for the professions of audiology and speech-language pathology.
Thank you to all who attended and our featured speakers!


In the News

U.S. Department of Education Issues New Guidance to School Systems on Speech-Language Pathology Services to Children with ASD

Read ASHA's Press Release here

Read DOE's Guidance Letter here

Vision Statement            
LSHA's Vision is to be the unifying force for speech-language pathologists and audiologists to make effective communication-- a human right-- accessible and achievable for all in the state of Louisiana.

Mission Statement
The mission of the Louisiana Speech-Language-Hearing Association (LSHA) is to:
1. Serve individuals in the professions of audiology and speech-language pathology.
2. Advocate for services provided to individuals with speech, language and hearing needs.
3. Establish and promote professional development and high ethical and professional standards.
4. Provide programs and services that meet members' needs.


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