House Bill 15-1373, which creates a provisional certification for speech-language pathology graduates during the term of their clinical fellowship, became effective, September 1, 2015.
A provisional certification expires after 24 months and cannot be renewed.
The Colorado Speech Hearing Association (CSHA) is a professional association of Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) and Audiologists who specialize in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of communication, swallowing, and hearing disorders.
The mission of CSHA is empowering members and advancing excellence of service to individuals with communication, feeding, swallowing, and related disorders by disseminating relevant information, providing professional development, and advocating for our professions.
Why Join CSHA?
CSHA members include speech pathologists and audiologists that work in a variety of settings throughout Colorado
Membership in CSHA supports….
State-level advocacy for our professions: CSHA actively monitors legislative issues and activities that directly affect the practice of audiology and speech-language pathology in all settings.
CE Events hosted in Colorado: CSHA hosts nationally recognized speakers at the annual spring and fall conferences which allow clinicians an opportunity to obtain continuing education units without leaving Colorado.
Communication to members on important issues: CSHA members receive timely email communication about issues that directly affect them professionally.
Volunteer and networking opportunities: CSHA provides a platform to bring together Colorado speech pathologists and audiologists.