What is OSLHA?

OSLHA stands for the Ohio Speech-Language-Hearing Association. OSLHA exists to empower our members by providing opportunities for professional development, advocacy, and leadership development necessary to foster excellence in the services provided to individuals with communication and related disorders. There are many benefits to joining OSLHA, our state association. OSLHA is nationally recognized, helps members learn best practices and stay aware of current CSD issues, offers and resume building enhancement, and gives members an opportunity to become involved by meeting fellow students and professionals who are all interested in making a difference in Ohio. OSLHA offers a $20 yearly membership to students called an associate membership.

Volunteer at OSLHA

OSLHA typically looks for volunteers to help at the conference.

2017 OSLHA ConventionOSLHA

The 2017 OSLHA Convention will be held on March 30th-April 1st at the Hyatt-Regency in Columbus, OH. This year’s theme is “New Horizons”. This convention will be a gathering of Ohio’s professionals and students interested in communication sciences and disorders.  It is a great, close by opportunity for UC students! You do not have to be a OSLHA member to attend. If you have any questions, contact the Ohio Student State Officer, Abby Recker at reckeral@mail.uc.edu