The 2018-19  Vice President for Advocacy is Kelli Pierce. Legislative questions and comments can be directed to Kelli at or the MSHA Office at

Licensure Information

All Speech-Language Pathologists in Michigan need to be licensed by December 7, 2013.  Applications are available on the LARA website at,4601,7-154-27417_27529_53664---,00.html

For more information regarding Licensure

MSHA Advocacy Day at the Capitol

Join us on May 9, 2018 at the Michigan State Capitol Building in Lansing. This is a great opportunity to educate our leaders about communication disorders, share your concerns, discuss issues, or simply be present to support the field of speech-language pathology and audiology.  MSHA will sponsor morning refreshments as well as a light lunch in the West Wing of the capitol.  RSVP to the MSHA office at or 517.332.5691

Advocacy Links  (MSHA Lobbyist)

Link to ASHA that allows you to search for advocacy topics by state