We know that you are working hard to stay safe and healthy, take care of your families, meet the needs of the individuals you serve, and find creative ways to connect from a distance. ASHA members’ and volunteers’ safety is our top priority, and we’re here to help you during this uncertain time. Check for the latest updates and resources, including on telepractice.

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Public Relations Initiatives

Healthy Communication and Popular Technology Initiative

Healthy Communication and Popular Technology Initiative

The Healthy Communication and Popular Technology Initiative is an effort led by ASHA to safeguard healthy communication in a technology-driven world. The campaign is a force for moderate tech use that encourages conversation, human interaction and practicing safe listening.

International Communication Project

International Communication Project

The International Communication Project (ICP) is an advocate for those with communication disabilities, as well as their families, caregivers and communication professionals. The ICP highlights the importance of human communication and how communication disabilities significantly impact every aspect of life.

Identify the Signs

Identify the Signs Campaign

The Identify the Signs campaign raises awareness among parents, caregivers and educators about the early signs of communication disorders.

Value of the CCCs

CCCs campaign

ASHA's Value of the CCCs campaign stresses the importance of ASHA's Certificate of Clinical Competence when looking for a service provider. Learn about ASHA certified members and what sets them apart as professionals in the field of communication science and disorders.

Better Hearing & Speech Month

BHSM Campaign

Every year during the month of May, Better Hearing & Speech Month provides opportunities to raise awareness about communication disorders and to promote treatment that can improve the quality of life for those who experience problems with speaking, understanding language, or hearing.

Speak Up About Hearing Loss

Speak Up About Hearing Loss Campaign

The Speak Up About Hearing Loss campaign urges families to discuss untreated hearing loss among older family members and encourages older adults to seek treatment.

Get Help...Don't Wait

Get Help...Don't Wait

Annie and John Glenn 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.

ASHA Corporate Partners