Register Today for NSHLA's Ethics & Supervision Two-Part Webinar 

NSLHA Webinar: Ethics & Supervision

Part 1 - October 28, 2021, 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. CST/5:30 – 7:30 p.m. MST

Part 2 - November 4, 2021 - 6:30 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. CST/5:30 – 6:45 p.m. MST




Presented by: Lisa Lenz, Kelly Pritchett, AuD, CCC-A and Cait Scott

Webinar Purpose: This webinar is a two-part webinar presentation that contains two hours of training in the supervisory process and one hour of training in ethical practice. All three hours will be applicable to practicing clinicians in speech-language pathology and audiology working in a variety of settings. Participants will learn about supervising students and therapy assistants and will meet the supervision and ethics training requirements for members of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.

The audience is audiologists, speech-language pathologists and students.

The October 28, 2021 webinar will offer up to 0.2 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate level, professional area).

The November 4, 2021 webinar will offer up to 0.1 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate level, professional area).

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NSLHA Member Spotlight

Fall 2021 Member Spotlight: Grace Odbert

Name: Grace Odbert

Company/Organization/Institution: University of Nebraska at Omaha

Hometown: Columbus, NE

Family: I have have three sisters and a huge extended family of aunts and uncles. I am getting married in the spring so my family is going to double in size soon!

Hobbies: I enjoy going out dancing with friends and doing crafts.

Favorite Entertainment Choices: I enjoy going to sporting events, especially basketball games and watching movies.

Favorite Vacation/Getaway Spot: I prefer to relax on the beach, but throughout college, I have taken many trips to the mountains and they are outstanding.

Why Did You Choose to Become a Speech-Language Pathologist, Audiologist or Student?: I chose to study Speech-Language Pathology because I saw so much room for personal and professional growth in the field. The field has endless opportunities to impact individuals lives’! I am excited to help individuals meet their communicative goals in order to improve their daily life and communication skills.

How Do You See Your Profession Changing in the Next Few Years?: In the future, I think that Speech-Language Pathology will have expanded intervention practices or treatment options for individuals. Time allows for knowledge to grow and learning experiences to happen. I hope that the field continues to grow and clinicians are able to learn more and more about their areas of interest.

Why Are You a NSLHA Member and What Value Do You Receive From Your Membership?: Being in NSLHA has benefited me in terms of advocacy and awareness. NSLHA helps me locate hot topics to contact representatives in Nebraska about. NSLHA has helped me realize what is going on in legislation in the profession and allowed me to practice my advocacy skills in the area. Advocating for individuals is an essential part of being a future clinician, so that someone can advocate and be educated to speak for those who cannot advocate for themselves.

What is one best practice or idea you’ve implemented in the past year in your school, clinic or practice that would benefit other members?: This year in school, I have learned to plan ahead and get organized so that everything does not pile up at once. This is especially important to those in undergraduate school and applying to graduate school. Plan to work on things when you have free time carved out of your schedule instead of doing everything last minute in order to keep your stress levels low.

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