New England Symposium for Speech-Language Professionals (NESSLP)
*NHSLHA Members receive a reduced registration rate!*
You are invited to join colleagues throughout New England for this innovative continuing education event geared for speech-language professionals. You can enjoy sessions from three different tracks (school-based, medical and multi-interest), browse through the Exhibit Hall and participate in Roundtable discussions to share and learn from colleagues across the region.
Attendees who are a member of their state Association (CSHA, MSHA, NHSLHA, RISHA and VSHA) will receive a special membership discount. Early registration discounts are available until September 20.
Where: DCU Center, Worcester, MA
When: October 19-21, 2017
Especially for Students: Friday, October 20, will feature a Praxis competition for students. Saturday, October 21, will provide students the opportunity to present Technical Sessions to their fellow colleagues.
Learn more and register today at nesslp.craven.management.
Chronic Pain – The Brain – Opioid Abuse – University of New Hampshire
On behalf of Dr. Donald A. Robin, Professor and Chair of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, you are cordially invited to attend the Fall Annual Lecture.
Chronic Pain – The Brain – Opioid Abuse
Behavioral Health and Neuroscience Program
Annual Lecture with Reception
Date: Thursday, November 16, 2017 from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm.
Location: 75 Main Street, Holloway Commons, Squamscott Room, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH 03824
Please see the attachments for a full flyer and share with others that are interested. Thank you.
The link will take you to the registration site for a free ticket: Register Here.
NHSLHA is a non-profit, professional association and state-level affiliate of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). We are dedicated to providing students, professionals and consumers with accurate information regarding the speech, language and hearing sciences.
Please join us for our fall meet-ups:
Nashua: Margarita’s 1 Nashua Drive (off of Canal St.) Wednesday October 4th 5:00-7:00 pm
THANK YOU TO TWO OF OUR SPRING 2017 NHSLHA CONFERENCE VENDORS
Thank you to our NHSLHA SPRING CONFERENCE 2017 attendees, speakers and vendors!
How NHSLHA Works for You
- PAID lobbyists to alert us to and support legislative efforts in this dynamic and challenging climate.
- DISCOUNTS on Continuing Education opportunities that include interactive and educational conferences with door prizes, raffles, vendors and donations
- FREE subscription to the NHSLHA News, our quarterly newsletter that provides FREE materials, FREE articles from SLPs around the country and action alerts that are in your professional interests
- FREE mentorship opportunities for students, CFs, new SLPs and established SLPs looking to expand into new areas
- Regional Representatives to offer support and connection in your area
- Access to a community of professionals with decades of combined experience
- Access to a wealth of information on topics related to Hearing, Language, Speech and Swallowing
- Professional Clout: Being a card carrying member of a professional organization provides members with some professional influence and who doesn’t want a little street cred?
- Networking: Your state association can connect you with professionals who share your passion. Those professionals possess a collective brainpower that can support you in a wealth of ways including, mentorship, problem solving, research, access to leadership in the profession, advocacy and general support.
- Conferences: State associations provide continuing education opportunities that are often reasonably priced. Additionally, registration costs are often reduced for members, another boon!
- Employment resources: Many state associations list job opportunities on their website. Some can even assist in resume or cover letter writing, interview skills, or job search strategies.
- Advocacy: Your state association is hard at work behind the scenes advocating for the needs of our profession. Representatives from associations tirelessly advocate on your behalf on the issues that impact us daily. Through their efforts hot button issues like caseload size, insurance caps, paperwork burdens and licensure are brought to the attention of our legislators. They also keep membership abreast of federal and state legislative developments that impact us as a profession.