Welcome to the Oregon Speech-Language & Hearing Association!
Advancing the professions of speech-language pathology and audiology through education, advocacy, leadership, and collaboration to promote quality services for individuals and communities
Save the Date!
OSHA Spring Conference 2019 - March 8
Narrative Language Development and Treatment in Children from a Multicultural Perspective
featuring Jenny Larsen and Teresa Roberts from Portland State University
Streaming live from InterMountain ESD in Pendleton to participating locations, including
Canby School District, Reynolds School District, Douglas ESD, University of Oregon, Southern Oregon ESD,
Malheur ESD, Harney ESD, and NW Regional ESD (additional locations updated as they confirm).
Click here for the program brochure and hard copy registration form.
Registration discount available through February 22.
Speech-Language Pathologists Helping Children with Autism Communicate
The latest OSHA-produced series of short films is now available
for viewing and sharing!
Click on the films below or visit our YouTube channel at this link to view all our videos
Making Connections highlights different areas of the very broad and diverse world of speech-language pathology and audiology through the profiles of Oregon clinicians in different practice settings.
We wanted to show how speech-language pathologists and audiologists build relationships with their patients, clients, and students, so they can effectively help people with communication and swallowing needs connect with the important people in their lives.
This season's series of films focuses on speech-language pathologists working with children who have a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder in different practice settings.
Advocacy for Reasonable Workloads and Caseloads for School-Based Speech-Language Pathologists
OSHA has produced a letter, available at the link below, that will be sent to special education directors in Oregon, advocating for reasonable caseloads and workloads for SLPs. We urge directors who plan, budget and hire for SLP coverage in their districts to take into account the improved student outcomes that result from appropriate caseload size.
If you are a school-based SLP who is in need of a more reasonable caseload, please feel free to share this letter, along with the evidence-based informational graphs, with your colleagues, union representatives or administrators.