Every Member Counts
is important for us to have a strong voice in
to ensure that the services we
provide continue to be supported.
Equity issues with other professionals in the same work
setting, as well as workload issues need to be addressed, and we
can do this best if we have a majority membership.
lobbyist represents professional interests before the state
legislature, make sure that you are included in CSHA’s
strength of CSHA depends on the strength and depth of our
membership. Every member counts!
CSHA Membership Offers You…
by a lobbyist before the state legislature on health and
education issues affecting our professions.
- Many opportunities
each year to earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) &
Professional Development Hours for State licensure and
registration fees at the
convention and other
to public awareness materials for use in presentations,
display and other marketing activities.
dynamic Web site (www.csha.org)
with sections for members, students and consumers.
These are updated frequently for our changing
quarterly Magazine-style journal. Each issue focuses on a
theme or “hot topic” as well as providing professional
activities and information needed by speech-language
pathologists and audiologist.
- A committee structure that
monitors virtually every aspect of the professions and
offers numerous opportunities for participation.
- A forum to network with
peers to share ideas and to help manage change.
- An online membership directory listing. Member specialties
and other resources.
- Liaison with the American
Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Liaison with the
State Licensing Board.
Membership is cost effective
Invest in your
professional development for only 23 cents a day! CSHA
membership dues have not changed in years!
Join by Mail,
Fax or Email
mail, fax (916) 921-0127, or email (Stacey@csha.org).
If joining by email, download the 2001-2002 membership
application form from CSHA’s Web site (www.csha.org)
and attach it to your email message.
Contact the CSHA Administrative
921-1568 or CSHA’s president Lisa O’Connor at
with any comments,
suggestions or questions.