American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Resource Guide for Educational/Pediatric Audiologists


ASHA Practice Policy Documents for Educational/Pediatric Audiologists

All of the ASHA Practice Policy documents are available to the public and professionals. ASHA's new Practice Portal offers one-stop access to resources to guide evidence-based decision-making.

ASHA's Scientific Journals

All four ASHA scientific journals are available online, with an archive going back to 1970. The American Journal of Audiology (AJA) offers several types of opportunities for earning ASHA continuing education units (CEUs).

Current and archived ASHA Leader online articles

Widely cited facts about pediatric hearing loss with references

School Setting Resources for Audiologists

Helpful information regarding the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, school funding, classroom acoustics, and a variety of school setting resources has been gathered on the School Setting Resources for Audiologists webpage.

ASHA's IDEA Website

Visit ASHA's IDEA website for links to resources and issue briefs regarding IDEA Parts B and C.

Free publications are available from the U.S. Department of Education.

Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI)

Audiology Surveys

Focused Topics

  • Focused Topics in Audiology—Locate detailed information about coding and reimbursement, hearing detection and conservation, hearing loss and related disorders, multicultural topics, practice management, rehabilitation, and technology.
  • ASHA Access Audiology e-newsletter—Read the current issue and learn how to subscribe.

Coding and Reimbursement Resources

Continuing Education Opportunities

ASHA Professional Development offers its programs for ASHA continuing education units (CEUs) to help you document your CE participation. These CEUs are recognized by regulatory agencies, employers, and your colleagues as a symbol of your commitment to continue professional development and lifelong learning, as well as a verification of successful completion of a course offered by an ASHA CE provider. ASHA Professional Development course offerings have many choices that may be of interest to educational/pediatric audiologists. Click on the format that interests you.

Special Interest Groups

Four Special Interest Groups (SIGs) (6, 7, 8, and 9) focus on audiology issues. SIGs offer continuing education opportunities at no additional cost for affiliates (members in the SIGs).

Below is information about SIGs that may be of particular interest to educational/pediatric audiologists:

Patient/Consumer Education Materials

Education newsletters and other consumer information brochures and leaflets are a valuable resource for educational/pediatric audiologists.

The following topics are available:

Selected ASHA Products

For complete information and selection of ASHA products, go to the ASHA Online Store or contact ASHA Product Sales at 888-498-6699.

Professional and Consumer Organizations

Connect to related professional and consumer organizations.

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