National Student Speech Language Hearing Association
What is NSSLHA?
NSSLHA is a pre-professional organization for both undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in the study of speech language pathology and audiology. NSSLHA is the only national student organization recognized by the American Speech Language Hearing Association and you can be a member of it at the local and/or state level.
2014-2015 NSSLHA Advisor
- Advisor: Kimberly Traver, Au.D.
Get Involved with NSSLHA!
NSSLHA Fall 2014 Schedule
The BGSU NSSLHA chapter is involved in many community service events throughout the year, including painting pumpkins for our clinic to use as decorations, serving Holiday dinners and having karaoke night at our local senior center. Other community service events include playing bingo at local nursing homes, assisting with Woodlane’s Halloween Dance, volunteering at a local soup kitchen and many more.
Every year our chapter hosts a variety of social events in order to encourage our members to meet others interested in the same career as them. Past social events include; ice cream socials, movie night, making holiday decorations for our annual holiday potluck, creating teams to be involved in intramural sports, and the Annual Spring Banquet at the end of the semester.
The BG NSSLHA chapter holds various fundraisers throughout the year and all proceeds are donated to help non-profit organizations in the area of communication sciences and disorders. In the past we have hosted fundraisers to raiser money for:
- The Ronald McDonald House Charities
- Ohio Veteran's Home
- BGSU Dance Marathon
- BGSU Clinic needs
- And many more…
If you have any ideas/suggestions or for more information concerning any future NSSLHA events feel free to contact the officers.
2012 Annual Statewide NSSLHA Conference
Hosted by Kent State University
The Kent State University NSSLHA will host the Annual Statewide NSSLHA Conference on Saturday, October 13th from 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Professionals in the field of speech language and pathology and audiology will be there to speak on various topics including; adult and pediatric audiology, telepractice, voice disorders in children and adults, assessment of swallowing in adults, psychosocial factors affecting perception of foreign-accented speech, speech pathology in long term care, how to prepare for graduate school and the clinical fellowship year, and more. The ASHA President-Elect, Dr. Patricia Prelock will deliver the keynote speech.