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  • The latest issue of Review Journal (as well as past issues) can be found in the Members Only section under the "News" tab
    • As you have most likely seen or heard about, the Alabama Senate passed SB 119, a bill with the goal to repeal common core from the state of Alabama.  While there were amendments made which excluded important national assessments like the ACT, Advanced Placement tests and National Board Certification, there are still many things within the bill which could result in unintended consequences for educators, the educational system and for students in our state.  You can contact your state representative using the link below:  

      It is SHAA's mission to advance the disciplines of speech-language pathology and audiology in order to provide support for professionals while advocating quality services.  I encourage you to support our fellow SLPs and audiologists who work in the schools by contacting your representative to express any concerns you may have about SB 119.

    • ASHA CE Registry Hours have been submitted by our CE Director, Gary Copeland -  For more information about reporting your hours for ASHA Certification Maintenance, please see:

      • Starting with the 2020 - 2022 interval, ASHA now requires one hour of ethics training per three-year interval.  ASHA requires every CCC-SLP who supervises or intends to supervise any grad student or CF to accrue two hours of supervision/clinical instruction training once in his or her career.

      • Sandra R. Holzman, MS, CCC-SLP, COM, QOM, with Neo-Health Services submitted May 2019's Orofacial Myology Newsletter.  To view the newsletter, click here.

      • Dr. Michelle Therrien and Dr. Elizabeth Madden, both researchers at Florida State University, are conducting a  study focusing on the perspectives and clinical services provided by speech-language pathologists (SLPs) who work with clients with aphasia. 
        About the study:  This study is a qualitative exploration of SLPs’ priorities when considering goals, activities, and methods of progress measurement for their clients with aphasia. We intend to discuss how SLPs who work with clients with aphasia define and target their treatment goals, and what factors contribute to successful treatment of clients with aphasia. The ultimate goal of this study is to gain a greater understanding of aphasia treatment from the perspective of speech-language pathologists across the United States.
        Who can participate?  Participants must:
        -Be employed as an SLP working with clients with aphasia (part-time or full-time) in the United States
        -Currently have Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association
        -Be able to read and respond to survey questions in English
        -Have access to the internet
        What is expected of participants?  Participants will complete a survey that will take approximately 30 minutes. Upon completion, you will have the option to provide your email address to be entered into a drawing to win a $50 Amazon gift card (one for every 50 participants!).

        SURVEY LINK:

        What you can do:  
        If you know other professionals who might be interested in participating in this research, please share this email and survey link with them.  You may contact either of us at any time about this research project.
        Michelle C.S. Therrien, PhD Elizabeth Brookshire Madden, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
        850-644-1951 850-644-4088

        Follow this link to the Survey:  Take the Survey  
        Or copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser:

      • If you shop on Amazon, SHAA has an AmazonSmile account.  Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of eligible Amazon purchases to SHAA.  Please use this link before you shop:

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