ASHA Marketing Solutions offers you unparalleled access to more speech, language, and hearing professionals, and students in communication sciences and disorders (CSD) programs than any other organization. Discover more about ASHA’s unique target markets and how to best reach them.
Professions You Can Reach
ASHA’s 14,000 certified audiologists provide services in health care, school, and private practice settings. They hold doctorate degrees, have passed a nationally recognized examination, successfully completed a year-long clinical fellowship, and stay informed of advancements in their field by taking professional development courses.
ASHA’s 175,000 certified speech-language pathologists (SLPs) provide services in health care, school, and private practice settings. They hold master’s degrees, have passed a nationally recognized examination, successfully completed a year-long clinical fellowship, and stay informed of advancements in their field by taking professional development courses.
Researchers & Academics
ASHA has 4,200 members who focus on researcher and academics. PhD faculty engage in teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in communication sciences and disorders. Researchers plan and work to fund research, conduct data collection, and present and publish results in scholarly journals and conferences. Both PhD faculty and researchers provide clinical supervision and services in university, health care, and scientific organization settings.
Other Markets You Can Reach
ASHA members seek continuing education opportunities in order to maintain certification and state licensure.
Market to attendees before, during, and/or after ASHA’s specialized events. The ASHA Convention is the largest gathering of CSD professionals and students, with more than 14,000 attendees expected year after year. ASHA Connect exclusively targets speech-language pathologists, with more than 1,400 participating annually. ASHA’s multitude of online conferences are “live” for 12-14 days and serve as a captive audience.
ASHA’s recruitment opportunities reach the largest audience of job seekers in the speech, language, and hearing markets. Your clients deserve the very best—provide them with the most qualified audiologists and speech-language pathologists available.
The National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) is a pre-professional membership association for more than 12,000 students enrolled full- or part-time in a communication sciences and disorders program or related major.