Bring the Expertise of ASHA-Certified Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists to Your School

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Alexis Alston, CCC-SLP
Speech-Language Pathologist, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, Charlotte, NC

What does it take to be ASHA-certified?

Graduate Degree

from an accredited program

1600+ Hours

of supervised clinical experience

Passing Grade

on national examination

Continuing Education

of 30+ hours every three years

The ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence is a nationally recognized professional credential for audiologists and speech-language pathologists.

How many American children have a speech, language or swallowing disorder?

1 in 12

How many children in the U.S. are born with hearing loss in one or both ears?

2 to 3 in 1,000

How many 11-17 year-olds have multiple communication or swallowing disorders?

25 percent

Highest 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 students from a wide variety of backgrounds.

When you hire an ASHA-certified audiologist or speech-language pathologist to care for students at your school, 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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