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In the News

Why You Might Not Like Your Recorded Voice, and How You Can Change It
Senior Director of Audiology Practices Tricia Ashby spoke to the Washington Post to explain how a person hears their own voice when they speak.

Baby babble isn't just goo goo! And hearing 2 languages is better than one
ASHA Associate Director of Clinical Issues in Speech-Language Pathology Jeannette Reiff was interviewed by NPR for a story about bilingual language aquisition among infants.

Real Stories of Care

ASHA member audiologists and speech-language pathologists share their stories as part of the Real Stories public service announcement campaign.


Campaign Spotlight

Identify the Signs

The Identify the Signs campaign aims to educate the public about the warning signs of communication disorders. Speech, language, and hearing disorders are treatable and early detection is a major contributor to speedier recoveries, shortened treatment periods, and reduced costs for individuals and society alike.

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Featured Resource


Be Tech Wise With Preschoolers! covers ways that parents and caregivers can encourage their child’s budding communication, social­–emotional, and learning skills—as well as tips for achieving healthy screen time habits—at a unique and critical point in child development. Developed by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and the Screen Time Action Network at Fairplay.


Media Contacts

Senior Director, Public Relations
Joseph Cerquone
703-973-7744 (Mobile)

Associate Director, Public Relations
Francine Pierson

Manager, Broadcast Media
Doug Plesh

Specialist, Public Relations
Jeremi Jones

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