ASHA Launches Awareness Campaign

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) has launched a new nationwide campaign to educate the public about communication disorders. Titled “Identify the Signs”, the campaign is aimed at helping the public recognize early warning signs of speech, language, and hearing impairment. PR Web reported yesterday, “Results of a recent survey of ASHA’s membership revealed that 45%… Read more »

Face-to-Face Meetings: The American Psychiatric Association

The American Psychiatric Association (APA) annual meeting is the largest psychiatric meeting in the world.  The meeting gives all attendees, including Federal employees, an opportunity to expand their knowledge and interact with experts in their field, hear about current research and be given the opportunity to interact with the researchers, identify and educate themselves about… Read more »

NOWRA’s Eric Casey Defends the Value of Meetings

With the news coverage of the General Services Administration’s conference spending, it is easy to forget how valuable meetings are to the economy and to improving the American (and international) workforce.  Eric Casey CAE, the executive director of the National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association, wrote a letter to the editor of The Washington Post on this… Read more »

Call for Entries Now Open for 2012 Power of A Awards

When was the last time your association received national recognition for the extraordinary programs and activities you oversee every day? Associations engage in so many programs that have a positive, measurable impact on the economy and/or our collective quality of life. ASAE wants to bring some well-deserved attention to those initiatives through The Power of… Read more »