Membership Benefits

The Georgia Speech-Language-Hearing Association (GSHA) is a professional association of individuals specializing in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of human communication disorders that advocates for the professional interest of its members and the individuals they serve, and provides a forum for the exchange of professional information and ideas. Contact our Headquarters office at (407) 774-7880 for immediate assistance or click here to email us if you have any questions relating to your membership. 

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GSHA Annual Convention 
The convention features an exciting program with continuing education events for clinicians in pediatric and adult settings.

Member Discount Regular Pricing

GSHA Sponsored and Co-sponsored Continuing Education Events
Reduced fees for GSHA-sponsored and co-sponsored continuing education workshops. Opportunity to earn Continuing Education Units (CEU's) and Professional Learning Units (PLU's) at conventions and continuing education workshops.

Member Discount Regular Pricing

GSHA Calendar
GSHA calendar lists current and upcoming CE opportunities

Available to Members Limited Availability

GSHA E-news
Be informed of current events and announcements

Available to Members Not Available

Regulatory and Legislative Advocacy Efforts
GSHA is actively monitoring legislative issues and activities that directly affect the practice of audiology and speech-language pathology in all settings with local, state, and national agencies and organizations.

Benefits all Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists

Advocacy Updates
Legislative updates are available at Legislative Updates.

Available to Members Not Available

Lobbyist/Legal Consultant Services
To monitor and assist the Association's legislative activities, in addition to continuous monitoring of activities that directly affect the practice of audiology and speech-language pathology with local, state, and national agencies and organizations.

 Benefits all Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists

Advocacy Partnerships
Stay up to date with the latest information on tri-alliance meetings.

Benefits all Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists

Reimbursement Issues
Monitoring, advocacy and updates on reimbursement issues impacting provision of services in all settings

Benefits all Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists

Public Information Activities and Promotion of "Better Speech and Hearing Month"
Public awareness of the Speech and Hearing professions, including a proclamation by Gov. Nathan Deal recognizing May as Better Hearing and Speech Month in Georgia. 

Benefits all Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists

Members-only Web Site
Find member alerts, member Listserv, and resources.

Available to Members Not Available

Online Job Center
The Georgia Speech-Language-Hearing Association maintains a list of positions available in the professional community.

Benefits All Speech-Language Pathologists
and Audiologists

Employer Job Postings
Receive reduced rates for job postings on the GSHA website.

Member Discount Regular Pricing

Online GSHA Member Directory
Inclusion in GSHA's annual directory of members, facilities, and resource services in Georgia.

Available to Members Not Available

Facility Directory
Inclusion in GSHA's online Facility Directory

Available to Members Not Available

GSHA E-mail Distribution Lists 
Members can join us for networking and an open discussion of current issues in the profession on the GSHA Listserv.

Available to Members Not Available

Participation on GSHA Committees, Subcommittees, and Task Forces
Make a difference and build your resume with opportunities for participation and leadership in the Association governance.  Elected and appointed positions are available for member participation annually.  

Available to Members Not Available

Award Opportunities
Recognition of members' outstanding service

Available to Members Not Available

Licensing and Certification
Resources and information related to professional licensing and certification. 

Benefits All Speech-Language Pathologists
and Audiologists

Professional Resource List
Useful websites and links

Benefits All Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists

Advertising and Sponsorship Opportunities

Benefits All Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists

 

SAVE THE DATE! Get Recognized! GSHA 2018 Honors and Awards Nominations Open July 1 - December 15, 2017

The Honors and Awards Board is accepting award nominations July 1, 2017 through December 15, 2017 to be presented at 2018 GSHA Convention. Any questions regarding the awards and honors can be directed to the GSHA office at ivermeer@kmgnet.com

Each year, members of GSHA have the opportunity to nominate individuals for awards. Procedures for Nominations: Nominations may be made by any GSHA member. All nominees must be current members of GSHA and meet the criteria for the award for which the nomination is being made. A letter of support written by the member making the nomination, indicating in detail how nominee meets the criteria for selection must be submitted electronically to Past-President, Chair of the Honors and Awards Board, no later than December 15, 2017. Additional letters of support may also be submitted.


Governor Deal Proclaims May Better Hearing and Speech Month

The Governor of the State of Georgia Nathan Deal has proclaimed May as Better  Hearing and Speech and Speech Month. The proclamation will be held in the ceremonial office with an official photograph with the Governor. Stay tuned for more details to follow soon!

Click here for the official proclamation


Host a GSHA social in your local area to network with colleagues, connect with friends and to enjoy the benefits of membership in May and beyond. Members and nonmembers are welcome. You provide the details and GSHA will do the rest. Hosting a social is easy and fun! For more information about hosting a local social contact Lauren Reinkemeyer, Public Relations Committee, Chair at laurenreinkemeyer@gmail.com.


Join GSHA to Support Literacy and Learning: Get Georgia Reading Campaign

“Children who can’t read proficiently by the end of third grade are more likely to experience poor health, have discipline problems, become teen parents, and drop out of high school. As adults, they’re more likely to spend time in prison, struggle with unemployment, and face shorter life expectancies”. Get informed, access resources and learn how to support Georgia’s data driven campaign to boost literacy and learning outcomes for all Georgians. Be a part of the common agenda to get every child in Georgia to be on a path to reading proficiently by the end of third grade in 2020.

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