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Honors of the Association Award

 

Honors of the Association

  • The recipient must be a LSHA member in good standing for two years prior to receiving the award.
  • The recipient named as receiving Honors of the Association should have at least 10 years of active service to LSHA, including holding office and/or committee work.
  • The recipient should have made outstanding contributions in no less than 5 of these 10 areas: Clinical service in private practice or in private or public institutions, publications, teaching, clinical supervision, liaison with other professions/agencies, legislative activities, service to LSHA, service to other professional organizations (ASHA, LBESPA, etc.), program administration, research.

 

 Award Winners:

1978        Jeanette Laguaite

1981        Frances Billeaud

1984        Pam Handy, Vince Byers

1987        Mary Pannbacker, Ila Monteleone

1988        Joseph Melcher, Dianne Orlesh

1989        Glenn Waguespack

1990        Paul Miller

1991        David Irwin

1992        Martin Audiffred, Kelmer Baxter

1993        Linda Rose, Wendy Powers

1994        Denise Taylor

1995        Gay Veckovius

1996        Vickie Irwin

1997        Theresa Rodgers

1998        Janet Norris

1999    Karen Ditty, Nina Simmons Mackie

2000    Betty Jackson

2001    Mrs. Norma O. Johnson

2002    Tania Griener

2003    Barbara Batchelor

2004    Paula Currie

2005    Stephen J. Harris

2006   

2007    Kerri Phillips, Janna Oetting

2008

2009    M. Christy Fontenot

2010    Diane Whittington

2011   

2012    Annemarie Clancy, Stephen Mire, Nancye Roussel, PhD, Lynn Bourgeois 

2013   Emily Homer, Flavia Eldridge, Rita Keller, Lillian Stiegler, Shalini Arehole

2016    Dr. Donna M. Fitzgerald-DeJean, Shelley Chesney, Susan Lemonier

 

ASHA's State Clinical Achievement Award and the Louis M. DiCarlo Award for Recent Clinical Achievement

The Louisiana Speech-Language-Hearing Association (LSHA) has the the following process for selecting the state nominee and preparing the nomination for the State Clinical Achievement Award and the Louis M. DiCarlo Award for Recent Clinical Achievement:

 

1. The nominee must have earned LSHA Honors of the Association within the past 6 years, which includes:  The recipient must be a LSHA member in good standing for two years prior to receiving the award.  The recipient named as receiving Honors of the Association should have at least 10 years of active service to LSHA, including holding office and/or committee work.  The recipient should have made outstanding contributions in no less than 5 of these 10 areas: Clinical service in private practice or in private or public institutions, publications, teaching, clinical supervision, liaison with other professions/agencies, legislative activities, service to LSHA, service to other professional organizations (ASHA, LBESPA, etc.), program administration, research.

 

2. The nominee must meet the qualifications of the ASHFoundation for the Louis M. DiCarlo Award for Recent Clinical Achievement (https://ashfoundation.org/Apply/Louis-DiCarlo-Award-for-Recent-Clinical-Achievement/), which includes:  State association will select one person from within the state to receive an award for demonstrated contributions to the advancement of knowledge in clinical practice in audiology or speech-language pathology within the last six years. That person receives a certificate from the ASHFoundation and is named a State Clinical Achievement Award recipient.  Nominee has worked toward advancing knowledge in clinical practice, as evidenced by a significant accomplishment within the past six years in audiology and/or speech-language pathology.  The achievement must be specific, well defined, and clearly within the last six years. Eligible activities or accomplishments include, but are not restricted to, the following examples:  A single achievement with a client or group of clients, a specific clinical service or training program, a specific achievement in a state or local organization or government agency activity, and/or a specific accomplishment in clinical teaching, research, or administration.

 

3. The LSHA Nominating Committee, chaired by the Past President, will prepare and submit the nomination to the ASHFoundation according to the policies and procedures set fourth by the ASHFoundation.

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