The mission of RISHA is to support the professions of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology through advocacy, public awareness, and professional development on behalf of its members and the individual they serve.
RISHA 2018 Conference
Saturday, March 24, 2018
Rhode Island College
RISHA is pleased to announce our 2018 Conference to be held at Rhode Island College on March 24, 2018. An exciting line-up of presentations is planned. Joan Arsenault, CCC-SLP and Jane Musgrave OTL/R will be conducting a full- day session on Sensory Modulation theory and techniques and its role in calming, altering and grounding during dining and swallowing. Another full-day presentation will be conducted by Nerissa Hall, CCC-SLP and Hillary Jellison, CCC-SLP regarding the training of paraprofessionals and other communication partners of individuals using AAC. Donna Rizzo, CCC-SLP will be providing a morning presentation centered on a functional approach to working with children with hearing loss in a regular education setting. An afternoon session by Lesley Maxwell, CCC-SLP will focus on vocabulary instruction for the PK-5 population. Registration information has been mailed to all Rhode Island RISHA and ASHA members. Please also watch our Facebook page for more information and updates. We are looking forward to a very educational day and hope that you will plan on joining us!
Laws and regulations for each state on telepractice, telesupervision, and reimbursement are now available. Visit ASHA’s State-by-State page, select your state of interest, and find the section on telepractice requirements. Use these pages to help guide your practice and understand the requirements at the state level.