ASHAWire is the online home for ASHA journals, The ASHA Leader, the Perspectives series of publications, and The CREd Library.
You can use ASHAWire to search a fully interconnected network of articles, as well as access topic-specific collections.
American Journal of Audiology
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research
Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools
Our award-winning newsmagazine contains news and in-depth features on issues of importance to ASHA members.
Keep up with latest opinion and information related to audiology and speech-language pathology. Also listen to our podcast series.
Perspectives are online periodicals that bridge research to clinical practice, exclusively sponsored by ASHA's Special Interest Groups.
The CREd Library connects emerging scientists with multimedia resources on topics critical to clinical practice research in communications sciences and related disorders.
Contemporary Issues in Communication Science and Disorders (CICSD) was the biannual, peer-reviewed journal of NSSLHA.
NSSLHA Now! is the biannual newsletter of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association.
In the Loop is a monthly e-mail containing beneficial NSSLHA news and updates.
Find historical publications that are no longer in production.
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders
Access Academics & Research
Access SLP Health Care
ASHA Leader Live
Facing the Unknown: An SLP treated a patient before and after his facial transplant surgery. Here’s what she learned.
The Power of Community for Post-TBI Life: Support groups can be a lifesaver for people with communication difficulties and their families. These guidelines can help you start one.
NIH Clarifies Clinical Research Trial Definition, Changes Requirements
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