Advertise employment opportunities, your company's products and services, or other information to NSLHA members and others interested in speech-language pathology and audiology. You can advertise on the website, through eblasts or in The Networker (NSLHA's quarterly electronic newsletter). View the advertising policies, rates and contracts in this section for details.
Marketing Professional Development Opportunities, Events and Activities Policy
NSLHA members, non-members and other entities that would like to promote their events at no cost to NSLHA members must submit a request to the NSLHA President. The NSLHA President will determine whether the event or other information would provide an educational need or other interest for NSLHA members, and will review the request to ensure that the event is not held at the same time, or in close proximity, to any NSLHA event. If approval is given by the President, the event or other information will be posted on the NSLHA website.
NSLHA's Schools-Based Issues Committee is working on behalf of members by developing SLI verification guidelines, telepractice guidelines, will be addressing workload/caseload issues, and met on December 12th with the Nebraska Department of Education to discuss continuing education requirements for SLPs wanting to work in Nebraska as well as universal licensure.
Utah State University is conducting a study to learn more about school psychologists’ and school-based audiologists’ and speech-language pathologists’ knowledge of ASD and confidence in providing school-based services with this population. If you work in a school setting, please complete this brief survey by mid-March. Participants will be entered in a separate drawing for the chance to win one of two $50 Amazon gift cards.
Free onsite and distance continuing education conference for professionals.
Hear the State of the Association address from 2017-18 NSLHA President Marc Brennan.
NSLHA's vision is to be the leading voice and partner in promoting speech, language, hearing, balance, swallowing and related disorders in Nebraska, and to be an expert in advocating for the rights and interests of persons with communication disorders. Join or renew your membership today.
A major role that state associations play is as an advocacy organization. Associations monitor proposed legislation, identify bills that may have a positive or negative impact on the field of communication sciences and disorders and the individuals we serve, and develop advocacy agendas to address those bills. A large unified voice such as a state association can be key to successful advocacy.