NSLHA will be the leading voice and partner in promoting speech, language, hearing, balance, swallowing and related disorders in Nebraska, and will be an expert in advocating for the rights and interests of persons with communication disorders.
The mission of NSLHA is to promote services for speech, language, hearing, balance, swallowing and related disorders in Nebraska; to support its members through professional development, networking, communications, lobbying and advocacy; to encourage education and research activities; and to advocate for the rights of persons with communication disorders.
FOCUS AREA 1: ADVOCACY
ISSUE: An organized, cohesive effort will be developed and maintained by NSLHA and its members to advocate for clients receiving speech, language, and hearing services and enhance the ability for members to deliver those services.
FOCUS AREA 2: MEMBERSHIP GROWTH AND ENGAGEMENT
ISSUE: As a growing, vibrant organization that embraces and adapts to the changing needs of its members, NSLHA will experience membership growth and engage members who are connected and involved in advancing the association’s vision and mission and experience enhanced value and support.
FOCUS AREA 3: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT/CONTINUING EDUCATION/NETWORKING
ISSUE: Offer a variety of professional development and networking events for members and prospective members to help them expand their knowledge, learn new practices, and share information and resources.
FOCUS AREA 4: FINANCIAL HEALTH
ISSUE: Increased revenue and being good stewards of NSLHA’s resources results in an association that is able to meet and exceed its members’ expectations through delivery of value-added programs and services and remains viable for years to come.
Increase revenue for NSLHA, in order to provide member services and support and achieve the association’s vision and mission.
Enhance cost savings measures that support good stewardship of NSLHA’s resources, without undue negative impact on member services delivery and valued programs.
Develop an industry partnership program.
Increase association cash reserves.
Immanuel Rehabilitation Institute in Omaha
The seminar will be at Immanuel Rehabilitation Institute in Omaha.
The Nebraska Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSLHA) has selected Mikayla Loseke and Pam Talbot as its 2019 Better Hearing and Speech Month Award recipients. Congratulations!
Learn about the latest activities and work that our student organizations are doing.
Leslie Van Winkle provides an update from NSLHA Region 1.
NSLHA VP Medical Kristy Weissling provides an update on 2019 Congressional visits to lobby for issues impacting the speech-language-hearing profession.