Our Words have Power

Our Words have Power By:  Jeanie Alter, ASHA Executive Director Each year, Merriam-Webster scours the English language and considers additions to the iconic dictionary.  Most recent additions include “swole” and “buzzy”.  This is an indicator of how language changes and the importance of staying current.  As such, ASHA wants to encourage all school health professionalsREAD MORE >>

ASHA’s Core Beliefs in Action: Moving from Paper to Reality

When your values are clear to you, making decisions becomes easier.– Roy E. Disney   An organization’s mission statement briefly explains why it exists.  The vision statement provides a synopsis of the organization’s hopes and dreams.  But if you really want to know what ASHA is all about, you’ve got to read the recently updated CoreREAD MORE >>

On Becoming a More Diverse ASHA

Perhaps at no other time in our history have we been more focused on recognizing and appreciating the value of diversity. ASHA is no exception. At our core is a belief that the involvement of individuals with diverse perspectives, lived experiences, and professional lenses creates a stronger, healthier school community. As such, ASHA is takingREAD MORE >>

11 Mar, 2019 1 Ty Oehrtman News