Bilingual Service Providers (BSPs) like you are in increasing demand. Take a moment to self-identify and broaden your professional reach—making a lasting difference in the lives of your clients and your community.
* Source: US Census Bureau: "Language Use in the United States: 2011, Population Older Than 5 Years Old."
By self-identifying as a BSP, you can let the public know that you are uniquely qualified to help underserved communities:
Once you've self-identified, check out the resources beneficial to BSPs that ASHA offers:
Podcast: ASHA Bilingual Members, It’s Time To Self-Identify
Language diversity in the United States is increasing rapidly. So, too, is the need for the services of bilingual communication professionals. ASHA encourages its bilingual members to self-identify as offering these services. This podcast covers details on how to do so and resources available to bilingual members.