The MISSION of ISHA is to empower and advocate for our members and professional communities by providing education and leadership opportunities which foster excellence in services for individuals with communication and related disorders. It's our VISION to improve the quality of life for those with communication and related disorders.
The following .pdf file is a printable resource for SLP's in the schools to provide for parents or other professionals regarding the services the SLP provides in the schools. www.idahoslp.com/i...
Idaho’s newborn hearing screening program, Idaho Sound Beginnings is accepting applications for a Family Support Subgrant Opportunity until August 22, 2017! Here’s the link.... http:...
Please don't forget to contact ISHA by clicking "contact us" on the home page. Or you can contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com if you have already r...
"I want to start off by saying thank you for making 2016 a pivotal year for ISHA. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time as president, and have seen growth not only in our board but ISHA has a whole! I know there will be a lot of great things to come in 2017 with the launch of our new website, newly appointment board and committee members, and IMASH. We will continue to grow and make ISHA strong with the help of great professionals like yourself. Happy Holidays and May 2017 bring great things!"
"ISHA continues to be at work for you. We are looking forward to growing membership in 2017 and keeping in touch with membership needs! We are excited to have Darcey Kennedy and Ann Leaf join the board. We are also very excited to roll out the new website this year and will announce when it is ready! Stephanie Balais and Jessica Stich-Hennen we are very thankful for your work on getting this together and for your time! Lastly my hope is to make this a year of increasing ISHA's advocacy and leadership throughout the state. Happy New Year!"