Resources and Links

Ed Find

Ed FindEd Find is an invaluable tool during the graduate program decision making process. Use Ed Find to search for an academic program that meets your needs within the communication disorders discipline. Find information on accreditation, areas of research, admissions, enrollment, statistics, and contact information.

There are over 300 institutions offering degree programs in audiology, speech language pathology, and speech language hearing sciences available on Ed Find. The information in Ed Find comes directly from the data submitted by academic programs in the CSD Education Survey.

Cerebral Palsy Information, Resources, and Support

Cerebral Palsy is a name given to a set of nerve disorders which affect muscle coordination and body movement. Each year roughly 10,000 babies are born with cerebral palsy.

Cerebral Palsy Group is an online resource for anyone who has been affected by cerebral palsy, brain injuries, or birth injuries.

American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA)

ASHAASHA is the governing body of all things related to Speech Language Pathology and Audiology.  Through their website, you can access information that may be of interest to you.  The website lists events, such as their annual ASHA Convention, with detailed information about what takes place.

Do you have inquiries regarding future employment opportunities? Look no further; under ASHA’s Careers tab, you will find information related to employers and job seekers.  You can also find information regarding career developmental resources, job search tips, salary data, recruitment and retention, as well as information relating to employment setting, academic programs, and much more! Be sure to check out the ASHA website and find out more about all the exciting things happening in our field!

New Mexico Speech Language Hearing Association (NMSHA)

NMSHAThe NMSHA website caters to Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists in our state, offering information in a variety of areas.  You can find information regarding: Administration and Planning, Audiology, Communications, Convention, Governmental Affairs, Professional Affairs, as well as Public Information.

NMSHA holds an annual convention in Albuquerque, NM each fall. Various speakers attend, giving short courses to attendees on a variety of topics. NMSU NSSLHA students frequently attend the convention, and NMSHA often invites volunteer students from NMSU NSSLHA to help during the convention.

National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA)

NSSLHAThe national chapter of NSSLHA has its  own website with lots of information for aspiring Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists.  Through the NSSLHA website, you can become a national member (annual dues of $60.00), which gains you access to a variety of publications and materials.  Not only do you gain access to invaluable journals and other publications, you receive special discounts. Undergraduate and graduate students who wish to attend the National ASHA Convention are eligible for a reduced convention fee of $200.

Check out their student tab for links about ASHA, National NSSLHA, as well as general information for graduate and undergraduate students!


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