Welcome to the Oregon Speech-Language & Hearing Association!
The Oregon Speech-Language & Hearing Association is dedicated to providing the highest level of communication potential to people of all ages.
OSHA Spring Conference
A Practical Approach to Understanding Language Development & Disorders in Bilingual Children
Course Description: This one-day workshop will explore a variety of topics related to developing an understanding of language development and disorders in Spanish-English bilingual children. We will explore practical strategies and best practices for assessing Spanish-English bilingual children in educational settings.
Friday, March 10, 2017 ~ 9:00am-3:00pm ~ Streaming live from InterMountain ESD in Pendleton, OR
Full Brochure: View Here
Participating Locations (will be updated as new locations confirmed): View Here
The OSHA video series, Making Connections, is now available for viewing and sharing!
Click the following link for the OSHA YouTube Channel, where you can view all five short documentaries:
The goal of the project was to provide the public with a glimpse into the broad and diverse world of speech-language pathology and audiology through the profiles of six 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.
Many thanks to filmmaker Kai Tillman, project manager Phaedra Urban, and the clinicians and participants who volunteered their time and their personal stories.
Making Connections was made possible by a grant from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA).
Advocacy for Reasonable Workloads and Caseloads for School-Based SLPs
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.