The Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association (TSHA) is approved by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) (the State Licensing Board) to sponsor continuing education activities in speech-language pathology and audiology. Continuing education credits are available when you attend the TSHA 2023 Annual Convention under certain stipulated conditions.

Verification for TSHA or ASHA credit is included with all member professionals (Active, Associate, Life) and non-member professionals.

Please note: Attendees registered under the Student Registration Rate are not eligible for TSHA CEs or ASHA CEUs however can request a certificate of attendance. If you are a graduate student who needs CE credits to renew your license or if you are interested in earning CEUs please register at the Professional Full Conference Rate.

Online CE Verification Process
All Convention CE reporting is done online. You should keep a personal record of the sessions you attend. You will log into TSHA’s secure website and enter each completed session. You may return to the website as many times as you like to add more sessions or edit your session list. Completed sessions can only be entered at the conclusion of a session. All sessions must be attended in their entirety. No partial credit will be tabulated for attendance.

CEs are awarded to participants as they are noted in the on-site program and mobile app. If sessions overlap in the program, they cannot be entered for credit. If a session is shorter than stated in the program, credit is awarded as it is stated in the program. There are NO exceptions to these rules. 

In a departure from previous years, you will not report your attendance directly to the TSHA CE Registry. In an effort to simplify the reporting process, attendance reporting will now be conducted directly from the survey magnet. Complete the evaluation for each course you participate in, submit your evaluations, and retrieve your certificates immediately. For TSHA members, our state office staff will automatically populate in the TSHA CE Registry. after the Convention reporting deadline. You must report all your Convention continuing education activities by March 20th, 2023. 

CE reporting for attendance at the TSHA Annual Convention can be completed through the mobile app by clicking on the “Report CE” button on the TSHA mobile app home page, or by logging into TSHA’s secure website. You may return to the website and mobile app as many times as you like to add more sessions or to edit your session list. Please keep in mind that you will be provided with a single certificate, which will print the evaluations and credit totals for each session you attended.

How to Report Your Convention CE Credits

You may return to the website and mobile app as many times as you like to add more sessions or to edit your session list. Note: you do not need to download individual certificates for each session, you can download one certificate listing all attendee sessions once you've finished evaluations.


If using the mobile app, click on the "evaluations" icon on the home screen. You may need to refresh your home page, by using the navigation menu in the top right corner, then select "Refresh Schedule." Or, you can log out and log back in to refresh your mobile app. The evaluation is not yet available within an individual session, please use the "Evaluations" icon on the mobile app home screen.


If using a web browser, you can complete the evaluations by logging in to the CE Evaluation website with your email and registration ID. Then complete the following steps:


Step One: Select "Continue" to attest that your were in complete attendance for the duration of the course(s) in question.

Step Two: Click on “Select Sessions Attended and Complete Evaluations” under Tasks

  • Select the session you are looking to report
  • Click “unlock evaluation”
  • Complete the session evaluation and click “submit”

Step Three: On the Select Session Attended and Complete Evaluations page, select "Save Progress" once you've completed a course evaluation.

  • Continue logging all sessions (you do not need to download individual certificates for each session, you can download one once you've finished evaluating sessions).

Step Four: After completing all of your session evaluations, click on “TSHA and ASHA Registry Reporting”

  • Identify if you would like TSHA or ASHA CEs for Convention attention
  • Ensure you have your ASHA and TSHA IDs ready for reporting.

Step Five: Complete the general survey 

  • Provide feedback on the overall TSHA Annual Convention

Step Six: Download a certificate

  • This certificate will detail your overall submitted CEs for all courses. If you selected ASHA CEs, your CEs will be reviewed and reported to the ASHA registry approximately 60 days following the event. If you selected TSHA CEs, your CEs will be reviewed and added to your TSHA registry approximately 60 days following the event. 

You must report all your Convention CE activities by 11:59 p.m. Central Time on Monday, March 20. For more information about reporting CE, visit the TSHA website.

If you have questions, please visit the CE Help Desk or email us at staff@txsha.org.

Click here to access the evaluation surveys for the 2023 TSHA Convention.

TSHA CE Credit
All programs at Convention are offered for TSHA continuing education credit. TSHA continuing education (CE) hours can be used toward renewal of your Texas license and as professional development activities for the maintenance of your ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC).

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the policies of the Continuing Education Board of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). TSHA is accredited by the ASHA CEB to provide continuing education for speech-language pathologists and audiologists.

ASHA CE Credit

Attendees who wish to have their attendance reported to ASHA must indicate this in their registration forms. If you wish to have your attendance reported to ASHA, please indicate either 'ASHA' or 'ASHA & TSHA' in your 'Verification' field and report your ASHA ID. Attendees who do not meet both of these requirements will not be reported to ASHA.

ASHA CE credit will be reported by strand: Ethics and DEIA credits will be submitted separately. The general CE and ethics CE totals will be reported as 'various' for the education level. The DEIA course will be listed as 'Intermediate.'

For details on who can apply for ASHA credit, please visit ASHA's page on the subject:

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CE Credit Totals

The maximum attainable credit hours for a single attendee is 21.5 continuing education (CE) credit hours, 2.15 TSHA CEs, or 2.15 ASHA CEUs. 

8 credit hours or .8 CEs of content on the topic of ethics have been scheduled. Of these, 2 credit hours or .2 CEs additionally covers the topic of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (DEIA). Courses that cover the topic of ethics are marked in the schedule. The DEIA course, 'TSHA Diversity Committee Forum,' will occur from 3:30pm-5:30pm on Thursday, February 23rd. 

The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) requires a minimum of two continuing education (CE) clock hours on the topic of ethics per renewal period for your license. 

For ASHA CE totals available, please see the below table:

Various Professional Courses Ethics Professional Courses DEI Professional Course
CE Total 1.95 ASHA CEs  .8 ASHA CEs .2 ASHA CEs
Instruction level Various Various Intermediate

For details on ASHA's license requirements, please click here.

Full Disclosure Policy
The Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association is in compliance with the Continuing Education Board of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s requirement for Transparency in Course Planning, Delivery, and Marketing and has adopted the following Full Disclosure Policy:

The Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s CE courses will adhere to the ASHA CEB Requirement 3. All individuals in a position to influence the content of a course to be offered for ASHA CEUs must disclose any relevant financial or non-financial relationship(s) that might affect independent involvement in the proposed CE course. Any speaker or planning committee member who refuses to disclose financial or non-financial relationships will be disqualified from participating in the planning and implementation of the course. The CE disclosure process requires completion and submission of the disclosure forms indicating no conflicts of interest or indicating relevant financial or non-financial relationships that could be perceived as a conflict of interest. This information is requested during the abstract submission process and will be disclosed to participants through statements in printed meeting materials and declared by the faculty member at the beginning of his/her presentation.

The planners and speakers for this activity have disclosed if they have any financial or non-financial support that could be affected by or could have an effect on the content of the presentations in this activity.

Please click here for a complete list of financial and non-financial disclosures for the 2023 Annual Convention speakers.

Designation Statement
Speech-language pathologists and audiologists should only claim credits commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Instructional Level
Instructional level and content of course information are indicated in parentheses following the course title in Sessions by Strand.

  • Introductory: Assumes the participant has little or no knowledge within the area covered. The focus of the activity is on general orientation and increased awareness of the participant.
  • Intermediate: Assumes that the participant has a general familiarity with the literature and professional practice within the area covered. The focus of the activity is on increased understanding and application by the participant.
  • Advanced: Assumes thorough familiarity with current literature and professional practice within the area covered. The focus is upon recent advances, future directions, and research.
  • Various: Instructional material contains multiple sessions of various instructional levels, potentially including any/all of the above items. This level will only be available for ASHA CE credit.