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November 16, 2018

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) kicks off its 2018 Convention in Boston this week, with more than 18,000 SLPs and Audiologists in attendance. As we jump into this year's convention, I offer a little reminder of what it's all about, from the 2013...

November 4, 2018

Professional conferences provide opportunities to hear new ideas, share research, learn new information, develop future projects, and expand professional horizons. With so many professionals in one place at a given time, conferences provide unlimited opportunities to m...

March 31, 2018

A giant, blue bear lurks outside of the Colorado Convention Center. He peers into the three-story windows eyeing visitors as they scurry about. The multi-dimensional bear is a piece of public of art titled, “I See What You Mean” by Lawrence Argent. 

The artist describes...

October 17, 2014

I recently read a post aimed at preparing you for your first professional presentation. It brought back the great memories but also left me reflecting on some of the important first time lessons that I learned along the way (most notably the stressful ones). Presenting...

November 16, 2012

The past few months I've been thinking about why I attend the ASHA convention year, after year, after year! It's expensive, I have to take 3 days off from work, and it's ALWAYS right before Thanksgiving. So what's the deal? 

As a Speech Language Pathologist, I think you...

November 10, 2012

My first ASHA was Atlanta, 2002. It was a total fluke that we even had the opportunity to go, but one that I will always treasure. As graduate students, our new Audiology professor got wind that we were talking about the ASHA convention. She told us that she was drivin...

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