The ASLP-IC: What It Is and How It Could Impact You

Due to state-by-state licensure laws, audiologists and speech-language pathologists have been limited in the way they’re able to provide services. If they want to work…

HB 206 Update
Rhea Dyer, M.S. CCC-SLP, WVSHA President

Dear Fellow Speech Language Pathologists and Stakeholders, We have received much correspondence in regards to House Bill 206 which provided a pay increase equivalent to…

Convention 2020: Save the Date!

The 2020 Convention will be held on March 11-13 at the Bridgeport Conference Center. Can you guess the theme? See you there!

Convention 2019 Registration Is Open!

Registration for the 2019 Convention is now open! Join us for 3 days of interesting and educational talks from experts in SLP and audiology, as…

The Work Stoppage: How to Handle It Professionally
Rhea Dyer, WVSHA President

Dear WVSHA Members and Stakeholders, I want to provide some clarification in light of the recent situation with the work stoppage/strike in West Virginia. I…

SB 451 Passes Senate

The West Virginia Senate has passed SB451 by a vote of 18-16. After a long floor debate, the Senate’s education reform package now heads to…

HB 2697 / SB 492
Rhea Dyer, WVSHA President

Dear members of WVSHA, As many of you know, there has been a bill introduced in the legislature regarding licensure. This bill would allow non-licensed…

Ethics Luncheon

We are honored to have as our guest speaker, Lissa Power-deFur, Ph.D. CCC-SLP, a nationally-known expert and speaker, who has presented on a variety of…

Table Talk Networking Session

One of the sessions at the 2019 Convention will provide an opportunity for you to network with other SLPs around designated topics. We ask that…

Everyday Heroes… Making a Difference

The Annual West Virginia Speech and Hearing Conference will be held April 3-5, 2019 at the Bridgeport Conference Center. We will be celebrating you, an…

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