COVID-19 UPDATES

We know that you are working hard to stay safe and healthy, take care of your families, meet the needs of the individuals you serve, and find creative ways to connect from a distance. ASHA members’ and volunteers’ safety is our top priority, and we’re here to help you during this uncertain time. Check for the latest updates and resources, including on telepractice.

Please contact the Action Center (800-498-2071 or actioncenter@asha.org) with any questions.

Troubleshooting Login Issues

If you are unable to access the ASHA website, please review the following information for a possible solution.

Step 1: Restart your browser

Click the "Log out" link in the upper-right corner of the ASHA website and close your browser. This will clear your previous session, which may have been causing the login problem. Once your browser has shut down, restart it and try logging in again.

Step 2: Make sure cookies are enabled

We use cookies to track if a user is logged in and to indicate whether that individual is authorized to access certain sections of the website. Make sure cookies are enabled in your browser's preferences. Links to instructions on how to enable cookies are provided below.

Step 3: Clear your browser's cache and cookies

Your web browser stores copies of pages you visit and other information in its "cache." Sometimes this stored information can cause login issues. Links to instructions on how to delete your browser's cache and stored cookies are provided below. Once you have deleted your cache and cookies, close and reopen your browser and try logging in again.

Step 4: Isolate the problem

If after following the steps above, you continue to have problems logging in, we recommend that you switch browsers or computers. That will help isolate the issue to a specific browser and computer setup. If you cannot log in from another browser or computer, then please contact the ASHA Action Center for assistance. It is possible that there is an issue with your account.

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