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What does it take to be ASHA-certified?

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Graduate Degree

from an accredited program

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1600+ Hours

of supervised clinical experience

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Passing Grade

on national examination

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Continuing Education

of 30+ hours every three years

How many Americans have some degree of hearing loss?

50 million

How many U.S. adults have a voice disorder?

17.9 million

How many adult Americans could benefit from using hearing aids?

28.8 million

High Standards of Excellence

ASHA certification stands for professional excellence that is achieved because of the following:

  • ASHA-certified professionals acquire experience in an interdisciplinary setting alongside certified healthcare professionals over a course of 1,600+ hours.
  • ASHA certification is the public’s assurance that an individual has voluntarily met rigorous, peer-developed and reviewed standards of a national professional body.
  • ASHA-certified professionals possess the demonstrated knowledge and skills consistent with the ability to practice independently.
  • The ASHA certification process is governed by a code of ethics that ensures members’ responsibility to patients and professionalism is honored to the highest degree.
  • ASHA-certified professionals stay on top of developments in the practice of their professions through the professional education they pursue to maintain their certification.
  • ASHA-certified professionals possess demonstrated skills derived from rigorous training and education, as well as experience treating persons of all ages and from all walks of life.

When you hire an ASHA-certified audiologist or speech-language pathologist to care for patients at your healthcare setting, you’ll be adding a team member certified by a program with a sixty-five year history of fostering professional excellence.

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