See if your state is making policy changes for telepractice [PDF] during the COVID pandemic.
ASHA's state advocacy team advocates on issues related to the professions at the state and local level and provides members and state speech-language hearing associations with assistance and resources.
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.
Information and resources for advocating on important issues in the states, including the Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology Interstate Compact (ASLP-IC).
Information about how to advocate at the state level and advocacy networks that can help.
Language that can be used to craft legislation and links to current state 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.