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Welcome to MSHA

Montana Speech-Language-Hearing Association (MSHA) is an organization which promotes professional excellence in speech-language pathology and audiology which fosters excellence for individuals with communication and related disorders. MSHA is recognized by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).

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Our Mission

Provide and promote education, networking, and advocacy for professionals and the public with quality and compassion.

Our Vision

Montanans will access speech, language, and hearing services from the highest trained professionals.

Meet the Board

Save the date: October 20,2023   Great Falls, MT

 With Social event on the 19th!

Legislative information

August 12, 2023

The Public Policy Committee worked on several issues for the 2023 Legislative Session.  

1) SB 300 is an amendment to last session's Assistant Bill bill (HB2010, 2021) that will incorporate language changes by DLI.  The new target date for licensure of Assistants, proposed by the Licensure Board and DLI in their revisions, will be January, 2024.  

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Upcoming events

    • 08/13/2023
    • 12/31/2023

    When organizations register 4 or more members for MSHA as a group, each member will receive 10% off of their annual membership price, reducing price from $85.00 per person to $76.50 per person. 

    This savings requires a discount code! To get that code, please email before starting the registration process.

    This savings offsets the cost of listing your organization, including website and social media links, populations served and areas of specialty.

    Please find MSHA Directory listing in the MSHA Store.

    • 10/20/2023
    • 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
    • Paris Gibson Education Center, Great Falls, MT
    • 194

    MSHA Fall Convention

    Please join us for an exceptional one-day in-person live event!  Join us for our annual professional education event as we exchange ideas, gain new skills, hear the latest research and information related to speech-language pathology, audiology, and related health and education professions.  The goal of the MSHA Fall Convention is to provide a networking and educational opportunity for professionals in Montana and surrounding states.  

    Choose from two fabulous speaker tracks!

    Amanda Soper, M.S. will present a full-day talk entitled, Seeing Success: AAC for students with Cerebral Vision Impairment.

    Catherine Off, Ph.D. and Danielle Fahey, Ph.D. will present a full-day talk entitled, Health Communication Strategies for Diverse Speakers in Medical Settings.

    Join MSHA or renew your MSHA Membership to receive a discount on conference registration.  

    Additional convention information such as a detailed agenda, speaker bios, and CEUs will be updated on the MSHA Convention page of our website 

    Click the REGISTER button on the lower left, and register for the conference now.  


  • Continuing Education Opportunities

  • Legislative and Licensure Advocacy

  • Access to the Job Board and Member Directory

  • Eligibility for Scholarships, Outreach Resources, and Awards

  • And more

How to Join MSHA Today!

Community Outreach & Resources

The MSHA Outreach Foundation is supported through MSHA fundraising events and private contributions. 

It is available to Montana residents of any age in need of monetary support for communication needs such as hearing aids, equipment, etc.

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Job Postings

Looking for a new job or a change of scenery? 

Check out the job postings!

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Not a member yet?

The MSHA membership year runs from October 1st - September 30th.

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A Collective Voice for Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists in Montana

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