Page updated May 11, 2020
At ASHA, the safety and well-being of our members, associates, and you—our valued customers and clients—is our top priority. We understand the concern and uncertainty you may be experiencing surrounding the coronavirus/COVID-19. We recognize that many of you are reassessing your marketing plans, business goals, and 2020 projections.
Please know our commitment endures. We will continue to provide as many marketing opportunities for you to engage with our members as possible. Any updates to our offerings will be shared on this page and throughout the ASHA Marketing Solutions website. You can also follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn to stay informed.
Print & Digital Opportunities
The ASHA Leader magazine will have a slightly adjusted print schedule for the rest of the year: August/September (combined), October, and November/December (combined). This shift is not just a cost-saving measure, but also appropriate given the need to quickly disseminate news to members online in this rapidly changing environment.
In other Leader news, be sure to visit the newly unveiled, continually updated Leader Live site on ASHAWire. The new site unifies the previously separate Leader blog and ASHA Leader Online sites.
The site features news, blog posts, magazine articles, online-only columns, and ASHA Voices podcasts—in one place. Among the many changes in design and functionality are a redesigned home page, new navigation options, an advanced search function, and widgets highlighting the latest from other ASHA publications. Read more about it.
For more information on how to advertise on these print and digital opportunities, go to:
ASHA has decided to cancel the in-person ASHA Connect Conferences, scheduled for July 10–12, 2020 in Dallas. We are converting the 2020 event to our online conference format. Get more information about the ASHA Connect 2020 Online Conferences happening July 8–20.
Also, we are currently planning for the annual ASHA Convention in November. Stay tuned for details.
Our team is here to assist you, as needs may change, during this challenging time. As we actively monitor coronavirus/COVID-19 information, we will continue to develop plans and resources as the situation evolves.
Additional resources can be found on the ASHA’s coronavirus/COVID-19 updates page.