Honors, Awards and Recognition
Join us September 19, 2021 for the Honors and Awards Ceremony to celebrate our 2020 and 2021 awardees!
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- Providing exemplary service to patients and families
- Being recognized as an expert
- Sharing expertise through teaching, mentoring, supervising, publications and/or professional presentations
- Developing innovative programs
- Pursuing continuing education, actively involved in the advancement of the profession (per NJ State licensing Law and ASHA/AAA CE programs; ACE Award)
- Developing or supporting new and innovative techniques in speech-language pathology or audiology
- Being recognized as a leader the field (i.e. publication history, presentations at local, state and/or national meetings)
- Sharing expertise through teaching, mentoring, supervising, publishing and/or professional presentations
- Contributing to the advancement the profession on local, state and/or national levels
- Pursuing continuing education (per NJ State licensing Law and ASHA/AAA CE programs; ACE Award)
- Consumer advocacy
- Governmental affairs
- Public awareness
- Service to NJSHA and the lives of those served
- Providing – unique or innovative services to individuals with speech, language and/or hearing or balance disorders
- Providing intervention for an underserved population
- Advancing the practice of speech-language pathology and/or audiology
- Promoting these professions and/or increasing public awareness
Exclusions: A program cannot be nominated by the current program’s director, a current clinical service provider in that program or if the director was a past recipient of the Distinguished Clinical Achievement Award based on his/her accomplishments as the director of the program.
Note: All awardees AND nominators must be NJSHA members. This requirement does not apply to the Distinguished Service Award which is designed specifically to honor a non-member contributor to NJSHA’s goals/mission.