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Dear Members, Student Affiliates, and Associates of ISHA,
It’s that time of year again—Annual Convention is right around the corner! Each year, a Silent Auction takes place in order to raise funds for student scholarships. ISHA will host its third Silent Auction from April 4-5.
The past two years, our Silent Auctions have raised over $1,300, all of which went directly to our scholarship funds. The auction ensures sufficient funds are available to award scholarships to very deserving students of speech-language pathology and audiology and also provides attendees with a “fun” event.
This year ISHA has designated a special spot to accommodate a larger selection of Silent Auction items and allow attendees more opportunities to visit and bid. Popular items the past 2 years have included designer bags, college “swag” baskets, gift cards, and spa gift sets.
ISHA is currently accepting donations for Silent Auction items. If you are interested in donating a gift set or basket or have contact information for a business/organization that might be interested, please contact me for further information. ISHA will also accept monetary donations for the scholarship fund, as well.
With the continually rising costs of education, it is important as ever to provide funds for students in the state of Indiana on their educational path to becoming future audiologists and speech-language pathologists and the future of ISHA.
Carolyn Wade, M.S., CCC-SLP
Secretary of ISHA
Congratulations to Maria Cheaney Mabe!
She won 25% off her ISHA Convention registration by sharing our Face Book post!
Thank you for encouraging others to join ISHA and to participate in our advocacy efforts!
See you at convention!
Congratulations to Meredith Canter,
our February Member of the Month!
Meredith received her Bachelor’s degree from Purdue University and was part of the first graduating class from St. Mary’s Master’s Program for Speech-Language Pathology in 2017. Meredith enjoys working at Geist Elementary where she services K-4th grade on her caseload. She stated that her favorite population is “The little ones in grades K-1 with Autism Spectrum Disorder.” Meredith has been a member of the Indiana Speech-Language Hearing Association since graduating in 2017. Her favorite benefit of being an ISHA member: “I love getting all the emails with information about things going on in the state that influences our profession.”
Thank you, Meredith, for being an ISHA Member!
Hi everyone! My name is Mickayla Wenzel, and I am an undergraduate student at the University of Indianapolis. For my honors project, I am studying work stress and health in Speech Language Pathologists in Indiana. Would you be willing to participate in my research study? The questionnaire should take about 10 minutes to complete. Also, upon completion, you can enter your name into a drawing for one of four $25 gift cards! Thank you in advance :)
Survey Link: https://uindy.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b9R93Vw1ZvaHRMF
Wenzel - IRB Informed Consent.pdf
We are excited to announce that the
Purdue Aphasia Boot Camp is returning in June 2019!
The Purdue Aphasia Research Laboratory and the M.D. Steer Speech and Language Clinic are inviting persons with aphasia to participate in the 2019 Purdue Aphasia Boot Camp.
The Boot Camp includes:
Participation is FREE with a language assessment completed prior to beginning of the program to determine eligibility.
Tentative schedule: June, 2019 (Monday, Wednesday, Friday am) specific dates and times to be determined.
Location: Purdue University Speech and Language Clinic, Lyles-Porter Hall
Parking is provided in our attached parking garage
Participants must commute to Purdue Campus (West Lafayette, IN) for the Boot Camp
If you know persons with aphasia that may be interested, don’t wait!
Spots are limited and initial testing begins in February/March 2019
For more information, questions and referrals, please contact:
Thank you for your consideration!
2019 PAB flyer.pdf
ISHA LEGISLATIVE DAY
LEGISLATIVE DAY TRAINING & LUNCHEON
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2019 - 8:30 am -1:30 pm
ADVOCACY TRAINING: 8:30 am - 11:00 am
LEGISLATIVE LUNCHEON: 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
WHAT: Indiana Speech-Language-Hearing Association
WHEN: Tuesday, February 19th, 2019
8:00-11:00 Preparation/training for students or any interested participants
11:30-1:30 Legislative Luncheon
150 West Market St
West Market Conference Center - Suite 201
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
Indiana State Capitol- South Atrium - Second Floor
200 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Directional information within the West Market Conference Center:
Enter the lobby on the main level. There will be directional signs and an information desk in the lobby. Take the elevator to the second floor. The conference center is at the north end.
Directional information within the Capitol:
The second floor is considered the main floor. The rotunda is in the middle, the north atrium is the north side of the building that faces Ohio Street. The Supreme Court is on the 3rd floor north end. Our lunch will be in the South Atrium of the 2nd floor.
There are two public entrances. The Capitol Ave. entrance leads you directly on to the main floor; people will turn right from the rotunda. If you use the Senate Ave. door, which is the first floor (basement), people should turn left when they get through security, take another left, and take elevator to 2nd floor. It opens to the north atrium.
Visit website to get driving directions from your location:
RSVP: Email Dawn Wetzel to reserve your spot at email@example.com. Questions? Call ISHA Central Office at (317)916-4146.
Once your plans to attend are confirmed:
It is imperative that you take that extra moment to send a personal invitation to your state legislators. When contacting legislators, contact both State Senator and State Representative but NOT Congressional legislators. Be sure to let them know that you will be attending and look forward to meeting with them. ISHA has sent an invitation to all of the state legislators but a personal invitation from a constituent is always more effective in getting legislators to attend. If your legislator cannot attend the luncheon, offer to meet with them in the morning or following the luncheon on that day. The personal invitation and contact are ESSENTIAL!!
Information for Contacting Legislators:
General Assembly information –
Finding your legislator
https://iga.in.gov/ From here, click on ‘Find Your Legislator’.
This link https://iga.in.gov/legislative/find-legislators/ should take you directly there.
Fill in your street address, city, and zip code in the space provided.The site will identify your legislative district, and state and congressional legislators.
Click on the legislator’s name and this will take you to their site where you will find their phone numbers, how to email, and information regarding bills they have sponsored etc.
Mail: Indiana State House
200 W. Washington St
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2786
Letters may be addressed to the individual legislator with c/o Indiana House of Representatives or the Indiana Senate.
The TDD Telephone Numbers
TDD (317) 232-0404
TDD (800) 548-9517
Information you need to know:
Closer but more expensive parking garages:
Embassy Suites (entrances off Capitol and Washington streets)
Hyatt (entrance off Capitol)
Westin (entrance off Washington)
Marriott (entrance off Washington)
Hilton (entrance off Market)
Less expensive but not as close parking garages:
Circle Center Mall Indianapolis has 3 parking garages around the location:
World of Wonders Garage: 24-hour access
(Entrances on Illinois and Maryland)
Sun Garage: Mon. - Sat.: 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m., Sun.: 10:00 a.m. - Midnight
(Entrances on Washington and Maryland)
Moon Garage: Mon. - Sat.: 8:00 a.m. - Midnight, Sun.: 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
(Entrance on Georgia)
Parking Hours & Rates:
Before 5:00pm Mon. - Fri.
0 - 3 hours $2
3 - 4 hours $4
When entering the Statehouse:
All visitors are screened using metal detectors.
All bags and packages are screened using x-ray equipment.
Legislative Day Information Sheet 2019 professionals.docx
Legislative Day Information Sheet 2019 students.docx
Click Here to Learn More and Register Online NOW!
Join the movement & give back
November 27th, 2018
Today is #GIVINGTUESDAY, please consider supporting the ISHA Foundation for Exceptional Students. Your donation supports an Indiana graduate student pursuing their degree in Speech-Language Pathology or Audiology. Join the movement & give back to our next generation.
Make a contribution today - donations to the ISHA Foundation are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Click Here to Donate NOW!
ACE Award Listing Indiana
During this period, the following ASHA members and/or certificate holders were presented the Awards for Continuing Education (ACE) by the Continuing Education Board. The ACE is a formal recognition of professionals who have demonstrated their commitment to lifelong learning by earning 7.0 CEUs (70 contact hours) within a 36-month period. For those who have received more than one ACE, the number of awards is indicated in parentheses.
January - March 2018
Fort Wayne, IN
West Lafayette, IN
North Judson, IN
Fort Wayne, IN
Cambridge City, IN
Ft Wayne, IN
Crown Point, IN
To support and empower members to provide the highest quality, life changing communication, swallowing and hearing services to the people of the State of Indiana.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: 855-727-2836
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