ASHA State-by-State

ASHA is aware of licensing delays in states. Please contact your state licensing board directly to check the status of your application. ASHA does not have access to this information.

State Requirements and Contact Information

Select a state below to find practice requirements for audiologists, SLPs, assistants, teachers, early intervention, and telepractice, as well as insurance requirements for Autism Spectrum Disorder.

About state contacts and licensure information.

If you are interested in treating clients or patients outside of the U.S. or practicing outside of the U.S., please refer to ASHA's resource for Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Associations Outside of the United States.

State Association Member Benefits

Learn more about benefits of joining your state and volunteer opportunities.

State-Based Advocacy Networks

State Education Advocacy Leaders (SEALs), State Advocates for Medicare Policy (StAMPs), and State Advocates for Reimbursement (STARs).

Model Bills and Mandates

Sample language that can be used to craft legislation and links to current state requirements.

Higher Education Institution Requirements

All higher education institutions that receive federal financial aid have to tell students whether or not a program is designed to meet requirements for professional licensure or certification for employment.

The state affairs team advocates on issues at the state and local level and provides members and state speech-language hearing associations with assistance and resources. Contact us at

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