We estimate you will be able to earn 0.65 ASHA CEUs or 6.5 professional development hours (PDHs) at the event. Participants must attend the entire daylong event to earn CE credit.
After the event is over, participants must complete the learning assessment in the online ASHA Learning Center to receive CE credit and/or a certificate of completion. You must complete the learning assessment by April 20, 2023. If you need a record of your attendance—or think you may need a record in the future—you must report for credit by April 20.
If you are a member of the ASHA CE Registry, credits will be reported to the Registry no later than May 10.
If you miss the reporting deadline because of an extenuating circumstance, see the ASHA Professional Development appeals process.
Your event registration includes bonus online courses to watch at your leisure in advance (or following) the event to supercharge your learning—and earn additional ASHA CEUs. We estimate that you can earn up to 1.65 ASHA CEUs (or 16.5 PDHs) by completing the online content. Each online course contains its own learning assessment and participants earn credit after they complete each course.
ASHA CEUs are awarded through the ASHA CE Registry to SLPs, audiologists, or speech/language/hearing scientists. To receive ASHA CEUs, eligible persons must join the ASHA CE Registry. Learn more about the Registry.
Joining the Registry is optional. If you are eligible to earn ASHA CEUs, but choose not to join the Registry, you may track your own professional development hours (PDHs).
Professional development hours (PDHs) are an alternative measurement unit for continuing education activities. Related professionals, SLP and audiology assistants, and others may receive PDHs.
PDHs from this conference apply toward ASHA certification maintenance. You should check with other authorities (such as state license boards or departments of education) to see if they recognize PDHs.
Keep the following points in mind while keeping track of your ASHA CEUs/PDHs.