Welcome To NCSHLA

The Voice of Speech, Hearing and Language Professionals in
North Carolina

NCSHLA promotes the professional practice of the speech, language and hearing sciences, advocates and serves as the voice of the profession, and works to enhance the lives of communicatively impaired citizens in North Carolina.

Posted On: 2018-01-04 14:44

Moments ago, I led my final Board of Director's meeting as NCSHLA President. After 11 months, I still need Beth Burns to keep me straight on Robert's Rules. I've always lived by the philosophy, "You don't learn to

Posted On: 2018-01-04 15:44

NCSHLA is an organization that welcomes new members and strives to include as many audiology and speech-language pathology professionals as possible! With this goal, the Board has approved a new membership rate of $10.00 for the first year of membership to new NC licensees! New graduates as well as veteran professionals who become licensed in the state of North Carolina for the first time will be able to take advantage of this one-year rate.

Posted On: 2018-06-12 11:21

Ashley Perkinson grew up in Archdale, North Carolina and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the UNC Chapel Hill School of Journalism in 1998. She received her law degree from UNC Chapel Hill School of Law in 2001.

Posted On: 2018-06-12 12:22

Don’t delete that email! Starting June 11, emails may appear in audiologists’ inboxes, and you want to pay attention to them. A response to these crucial messages can influence how payers calculate reimbursement for your services.

Posted On: 2018-10-18 14:00

Practitioner — 1st Place

Johnnie Sexton, AuD
Raleigh, NC