Continuing Education

Join us in Boston, MA on Oct 27-29 for the It Takes Two To Talk® Hanen certification workshop. This interactive and hands-on 3-day workshop offers effective and research-based strategies for involving parents in early intervention process that ensure best possible outcomes for young children and their families!

New England Symposium for Speech-Language Professionals (NESSLP)

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.

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The Portland Institute for Innovations in Early Childhood Mental Health and Education

Join The Portland Institute for Innovations in Early Childhood Mental Health and Education for a timely and important workshop presented by, Rebecca Marquez, MS, CCC-SLP on July 14th at USM in Portland, Maine

Welcoming the Immigrant Child and their Family into the Classroom: Pragmatic Language and Social-Cognitive Supports for Bilingual/Multilingual Preschoolers

We would be happy to offer a reduced rate to members of NHSLHA.


Date: September 29, 2017; .6 ASHA approved CEUs

We will be featuring a morning Medical Track (caregiver education in dementia) AND Pediatric Track (literacy), as well as an afternoon integrated session (supervision of mentees, CFs, SLAs, paraprofessionals and support staff).

*Topics are being refined as conference planning progresses.*