American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Public Service Announcements

“Annie and John Glenn Say Get Help, Don’t Wait”

Annie Glenn and husband John know how hard it is to live with a communication disorder…Annie had a severe stutter. But professional help made all the difference.  Get help, don’t wait - see a certified SLP or audiologist  if you or someone you love needs help with a communication disorder.

O.A.R. Delivers a Safe Listening Message

Marc Roberge and Benj Gershman, of the rock group O.A.R., have collaborated with ASHA to develop audio and video public service announcements. Targeted to teenagers, young adults and the next generation of O.A.R. fans, their safe listening message will shared nationally later this year.

00:30 Radio PSA [mp3]

A Tattoo Session Gone Bad Uses Humor to Convey a Serious Message

In early 2007, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) produced and disseminated nationwide television and radio public service announcements (PSAs) about the importance of safeguarding one's hearing when listening to the technology.

Set in a fictionalized tattoo parlor, fifteen and thirty second TV spots depict humorous unintended consequences from listening to an MP3 player at high volume.

"Decibels" 00:15 Television PSA
"Decibels" 00:30 Television PSA
"Decibels" 00:30 Radio PSA [mp3]

"Rock & Roll" 00:15 Television PSA
"Rock & Roll" 00:30 Television PSA

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