Resources


Do you supervise graduate students? Did you know that beginning in 2020, you are required by ASHA to obtain .02 CEUs (2 hours) in supervision during each reporting period? Click on the link below to view FREE courses on supervision offered for ASHA approved CEUs:


https://www.asha.org/professional-development/supervision-courses/

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Need assistance with advocating for our profession? See the link below, which offers several Public Service Announcement videos, created by the Michigan Speech Language Hearing Association:


https://www.michiganspeechhearing.org/ipp_public_service_announcemen.php

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ISHA would also like to share a resource developed by ASHA, AOTA, and APTA for public and private insurers, employers, consumers, state regulators, and other stakeholders to evaluate the appropriateness of rehabilitation and habilitation benefit design. The link below provides the document that outlines the principles that should be evaluated when determining whether an insurance product provides adequate coverage of habilitation and rehabilitation services and devices. Rehabilitation and habilitation address function, communication, participation, mobility, and engagement limitations that result from illness, injury, disability, or other conditions. Habilitation and rehabilitation benefits are cost effective, representing only 2% of the premium for a silver marketplace plan. The link to the document is found below:


Joint Habilitation/Rehabilitation Benefit Coverage Statement: Guide to Assessing Adequacy of Benefits 

 

ASHA has also published a guide that discusses steps that states can take to protect individuals needing medically necessary habilitative and rehabilitative services and devices. The link to the document is found below: 


Speech, Language, and Hearing Services: Essential Coverage of Habilitation and Rehabilitation

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The menu on the left contains several resources pertaining to differing practice areas--Audiology, Medical SLPs, and School-Based SLPs.


This list is NOT meant to be comprehensive, but instead offers information on current issues/topics. 


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