What is CSHA?

CSHA exists to enhance the provision of quality services for people with communication disorders and their families.

CSHA Membership

Membership in CSHA allows you to into the collective knowledge and expertise of CSD professionals

Our Mission

The Mission of the Connecticut Speech-Language-Hearing Association (CSHA) is to enhance the provision of quality services for people with communication disorders and their families by protecting and serving the professions of speech-language pathology and audiology in Connecticut through legislative and regulatory advocacy, opportunities for professional development, and public awareness.

To learn more, please visit the Our Mission Page.

Rewards of CSHA Membership

  • A range of professional development opportunities
  • Networking with professionals across the state
  • Ability to list your practice on our provider directory
  • Access to our Members Only section, allowing you to search our newsletter archives, member directory, and vote during elections

There are many more benefits and rewards of CSHA Membership. To learn more, please visit our Membership Information page.

Ortiz Picture Vocabulary Acquisition Test
Ortiz Picture Vocabulary Acquisition Test

CSHA News and Notes

Camp Words Unspoken 1st Annual Golf Tournament – October 3rd

Camp Words Unspoken (CWU) is excited to announce on Saturday October 3rd, we will be holding our 1st annual Camp Words Unspoken golf tournament. You can read the details here. We ask that you please share the attached flyer with any golfers that may have an interest...

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SURVEY: SLPs Using Teletherapy

SLPs who work with K-5, please fill out this survey related to your experience with COVID-19! Charlotte Hilker, a Butler University undergraduate student, is doing a research project to help understand how school-based SLPs and teletherapists working with K-5 have...

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SURVEY: Stuttering Lab at SCSU

Stuttering is a multi-faceted phenomenon. We are interested in understanding both intrinsic and extrinsic factors that are associated with stuttering. In particular, our current project focus on investigating the processes involved in multisensory integration in both...

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