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Sunday, September 18, 2011

Survey - ASHA specialty recognition for AAC

To: Division 12 Discussion List <>
Sent: Sun, Sep 18, 2011 8:09 am
Subject: [asha-div12] specialty recognition in AAC

Dear Colleagues:
Please take a few minutes to answer the short survey you can find at
This survey will help prepare us for a dynamic seminar on specialty recognition, to be moderated by Gail Van Tatenhove at ASHA San Diego.  Results will also inform the SIG 12 Coordinating Committee regarding membership interest in pursuing specialty recognition at this time!

[SCAACN: Current specialties recognized by ASHA include the following:
It is only 10 questions - easy and short (5 minutes or less)!  We are looking for a GOOD response from the 1300+SIG 12 members as well as other ASHA members who care deeply about AAC.

[SCAACN: it is suggested that prior to participating in the survey, you review the FAQs on specialty recognition HERE]
Thanks in advance.

Amy S. Goldman
Associate Director, Institute on Disabilities at Temple University
College of Education
Student Center, Room 411 South
1755 N.13th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19122
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