Idaho Speech, Language, Hearing Association
ISHA is a non-profit professional organization comprised of audiologists and speech language pathologists in the state of Idaho.
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.
Thank you ISHA Fall Symposium 2019 sponsors and attenders!
President / Jess Stich-Hennen
Welcome to ISHA 2019!!! I am so very excited to see the growth and dedication in our association. We are exploring ways to grow the organization and looking for creative ways to advocate for and meet the needs of our diverse membership. Participating in ISHA has been such a wonderful opportunity and I’ve enjoyed the the leadership opportunities and professional growth. Please consider reaching out to me or any member of the board if you have an interest in sharing your talents with your fellow SLPs and Audiologists. Even small contributions of time and teamwork make a huge impact!
President Elect / Gabriel Bargen
I am honored to be your 2019 President Elect! The ISHA board continues to increase our social media presence and to provide more current and frequent communication to ISHA members. The board hopes you look around the new website and please let us know your input! Thank you to the ISHA Conference committee the conference was a huge success with 135 attendees!!! We would like to see our ISHA committees and membership continue to expand to help fulfill ISHA’s vision of “improve the quality of life for those with communication and related disorders."
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Medicaid Billing Chart
The MEP (Master Educator Premium) is worth $12,000 over three years! Did you know that school-based speech-language pathologists and school-based audiologists are eligible to apply for the premium, if they have met minimum eligibility requirements?* Did you know it is due June 30, 2019? Awards will be presented in August 2019. For more information, please go to the website:
Be sure to use the rubric for “Pupil Service Staff,” if you are a school-based speech-language pathologist or school-based audiologist.
Also, watch for trainings in your region, put on by the Idaho Education Association. Please look to their event pages online for more information regarding trainings.
Amy Zuroff, MS, CCC-SLP
Volunteer for Idaho Speech and Hearing Association
State Education Advocacy Leader Volunteer
*For minimum eligibility requirements, please review this document: