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The purpose of this organization is to promote the profession of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology, maintain a liaison with other professional organizations and the community, act as an advocate for all persons with communicative impairments, and provide opportunities to members to assemble regularly to engage in professional activities. 


Membership in the Capital Area Speech-Hearing-Association consists of the following: 

  • Regular Members are the voting body of the organization. The officers of the Executive Council shall be elected from this body. 
  • Associate Members are entitled to all membership privileges except those of the voting and holding office. 
  • Student Members are entitled to all membership privileges except those of voting and holding office.

ATTENTION:  There will be a NEW ASHA CEU Participant Form that you will be filling out and submitting at the end of all future workshops.  The form requires your name, address, daytime phone, email, and ASHA number - similar to the previous form.  The following will be new:  IF YOU ARE NOT AN ASHA MEMBER OR CCC HOLDER, YOU MUST BE LICENSED OR CREDENTIALED TO PRACTICE SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY (SLP) OR AUDIOLOGY OR PREPARING TO PRACTICE TO EARN ASHA CEU'S.  UNDER THESE CIRCUMSTANCES, YOU WILL NEED ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:   YOUR LICENSE NUMBER, CERTIFIED STATE/ORGANIZATION AND NUMBER, CLINICAL FELLOW SUPERVISOR'S NAME AND HIS/HER ASHA ACCOUNT NUMBER, AND/OR IF YOU ARE ENROLLED IN A GRADUATE PROGRAM IN SLP OR AUDIOLOGY, THE NAME OF THE UNIVERSITY AND EXPECTED GRADUATION DATE.







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Congratulations are in order for the 2015 CASHA Scholarship Recipient!


On June 5, 3015, at the CASHA Spring Conference, Ms. Cristina Getz was awarded a $750.00 scholarship to use towards the completion of her master's program at The College of Saint Rose.  Cristina earned this scholarship by demonstrating her interest for Speech and Language Pathology and commitment to the field.  

Cristina is planning on graduating from The College of Saint Rose with her master's degree in December of 2015.  She has a vast array of work and clinical experience including opportunities at The Winkler Center and local schools, at the Medical University of South Carolina, and at the Columbus Speech and Hearing Center in South Carolina.  Her professional goals include providing services to clients and families affected by speech and language disabilities and aiding them in carrying over their skills into their communities.

Cristina is extremely well deserving of this scholarship adn we wish her the best of luck as she completes her degree program.  Great work!

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CONGRATULATIONS TO:

MARY STORTINI AND

VICTORIA MORRISON,

RECIPIENTS OF CASHA’S 2014

DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD

Each Year, CASHA’s Distinguished Service Award is presented to an individual who has made outstanding contributions to our field, to the communicatively impaired, and/or to related professional organizations. 

This year, CASHA has chosen to honor two Speech and Language Pathologists in the Capital Region.  The 2014 Distinguished Service Award is presented to Mary Stortini and Victoria Morrison.

Mary Stortini is the force behind the design and development of the Assistive Technology department at The Ballston Spa Central School District.  She evaluates, recommends, plans, and implements therapy and services for at least 50 students yearly, in order to provide them with innovative and cutting edge assistive and adaptive software.  She has provided numerous professional development offerings related to Assistive Technology and is a frequent presenter at local colleges.  Mary has been on the Executive Council of CASHA since 2007 and works as the Web Mistress, updating information often for members and visitors.

Victoria Morrison has made an equally significant impact in our field.  Currently, Victoria works as the EI and Preschool Coordinator and Autism Specialist at the Lexington Center Chapter of the NYARC.  Her work at The College of Saint Rose is vast and includes serving as the Coordinator of the EI and Preschool program, presenting on Aspergers Syndrome at The College’s Grand Rounds, and initiating a play-based intervention program for the preschool community. Victoria served as the CASHA President in 1999, has presented at CASHA Program Meetings, and serves on the Regional Advisory Board for the Center for Autism and Related Disorders at Suny Albany.  She is the Co-President of the Fulton-Montgomery Branch of the Autism Society of America, and a specialist in Austism Spectrum Disorders and social language.

Please join us in congratulating these two most deserving colleagues, Mary Stortini and Victoria Morrison, recipients of the 2014 Distinguished Service Award.  

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