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Affiliate Members receive the following membership benefits:

 - Listing on the WSHA website, including description of your company and link to your organization's website.
 - Discounted exhibit fees and exclusive sponsorship opportunities at WSHA events.
 - Inclusion on mailing and email lists to receive communications sent to our members.
 - Complimentary advertisement on the WSHA website.

 - NEW!  Employees of your organization receive $25 discount on individual WSHA Regular membership.
 - NEW!  Complimentary job postings on WSHA website ($100 value per posting).

Visit the membership page or email to learn more about becoming a partner.

THANK YOU to our 2018 Affiliate Members!

Achieve Center, Inc.

Achieve Center provides assessment and treatment services to children and their families impacted by neuropsychological developmental disorders, chronic health issues, and physical disabilities.



AuDStandard was formed as the direct result of our experience successfully owning and running hearing clinics and the feedback from practice owners that they were not getting the benefits they wanted—and desperately needed—from their current suppliers to stay competitive.

With our Gold Standard approach, we are committed to providing critical financial benefits to independent practices, as well as guidance and services to help your practice grow and thrive in the current market.



CaptionCall is a revolutionary telephone for anyone who has difficulty hearing on the phone. Hearing loss affects millions of Americans for many different reasons such as age, illness, injury, loud working conditions, and military service.  It does not, however, have to limit the quality of their phone conversations. CaptionCall makes it easy to communicate confidently with friends, family and colleagues by phone.


Similar to captioned television, CaptionCall communication assistants use voice recognition technology to quickly provide written captions of what callers say on a large, easy-to-read screen. Plus, CaptionCall offers exceptional sound quality with amplification and customizable audio settings to match an individual’s unique hearing loss. 


The CaptionCall phone, combined with free captioning service and our red-carpet service (free delivery, installation, in-home training by a friendly CaptionCall Trainer, and ongoing customer support) enables people to use the phone again with confidence. To learn more visit or call 1-877-557-2227.

Children's Hospital of WI, Masters Family Speech & Hearing Center

Since 1965, the Masters Family Speech and Hearing Center at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin has helped infants, children and adolescents and their families with a wide range of speech, language, hearing, feeding and swallowing problems.



CI Pediatric Therapy Centers


We are a comprehensive pediatric therapy center, with clinic locations throughout the Madison, Wisconsin area. Our state-of-the-art facilities, dedicated team members and supportive environment allow our patients to reach their maximum potential.


Communication Innovations

CI is committed to providing a comprehensive support system for individuals with special needs and their families through the highest quality services available.  CI believes that all individuals should have access to tools that help enable and empower them to reach their greatest potential in all areas and that compassion shared with each family member is an essential component of a meaningful experience and maximal therapeutic gains. 


Concordia University


The Department of Speech-Language Pathology is dedicated to the missions of Concordia University Wisconsin and the School of Health Professions and is focused on developing independent life-long learners with strong critical thinking and communication abilities. In addition, the Speech-Language Pathology program aims to prepare students for the opportunities and rigors of a vocation positively impacting communicatively challenged individuals and their families by providing outstanding academic/clinical education, as well as community outreach. The Department of Speech-Language Pathology also aims to support the continuing education needs of practicing clinicians to ultimately have a positive impact on individuals with communication and/or swallowing challenges. This professional education is grounded in faith, excellence, and service to others.

MJ Care


For more than 35 years, MJ Care has provided highly regarded therapy staffing and related billing services to customers in schools, clinics, hospitals, long-term care and home health settings. We thrive on providing high quality, professional services to our customers, the MJ Way™. 


Nowlan & Mouat LLP


Jaron Mosier offers a statewide practice focused exclusively on worker’s compensation issues, especially hearing loss. Workers and retirees across Wisconsin who have sustained on-the-job hearing loss rely on Jaron’s experience in achieving favorable outcomes. Jaron is President of the Hearing Loss Association of America – Wisconsin Chapter.



North Central Health Care


Accessible, Specialized Care that Grows with Our Community. North Central Health Care has served our communities for a long time. We have seen a lot of change – and we continually evolve to meet the needs of our community. We ensure that each individual receives customized, innovative care designed around his or her challenges. Services are available for mental health, substance abuse, crisis intervention and support, developmental disabilities, adult protection, skilled nursing and aquatic physical therapy.

Signia Hearing Aids

We’re pleased to offer a comprehensive range of hearing aids to improve virtually any form of hearing loss you may have, as well as relieve tinnitus (ringing in the ears). Our new Signia hearing aids significantly reduce listening effort throughout the day by highlighting speech in a wide variety of challenging listening environments. Our new, dedicated music programs take music enjoyment to a whole other level that will satisfy even professional musicians. Additionally, we offer accessories and downloadable apps to make controlling your hearing aids simple and discreet.

Starkey Hearing Technologies


Starkey Hearing Technologies is much more than the hearing aids we produce. We are in the business of connecting people and changing lives. We believe being able to hear the world and the people around us is as essential to the human experience as breathing.

As a world leader in manufacturing and delivering advanced hearing solutions, our goal is to bring people together and make lives richer by empowering individuals to reach their full potential in life.

In 1967, William F. Austin founded our company with the simple premise, "Alone we can't do much. Together, we can change the world." We live that vision every day – and it's why with every Starkey Hearing Technologies' product purchased, we donate to the Starkey Hearing Foundation to help more people in need around the world receive the gift of hearing. To date we have given over 1 million hearing aids to people around the world.


Talk to Me Technologies

We bring speech to life - with technology that helps improve communication.  Our all-inclusive service and support make it easier and faster to choose, fund and learn how to use a speech-generating device, so YOU can focus on communication.

Wisconsin Sound Beginnings

Wisconsin Sound Beginnings (WSB) is the State's Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) program, ensuring that all babies in Wisconsin are screened for hearing loss, receive timely diagnosis of hearing loss and receive quality early intervention.  WSB strives to ensure Wisconsin meets the Joint Committee on Infant Hearing recommendations for newborn hearing screening and intervention.  These goals are known as the 1-3-6 model:  babies are screen by 1 month of age; diagnosed by 3 months of age; and receive intervention services by 6 months of age.

The UW-Madison Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders


The UW-Madison Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders works to understand, prevent, identify, and treat speech, language, voice and hearing disorders that affect communication.  Our undergraduate program provides students with a thorough grounding in theoretical and applied aspects of the discipline.  Our Master of Science (MS) and Doctor of Audiology (AuD) programs train students to provide the highest-quality evidence-based clinical care for individuals with communication and swallowing disorders--across the lifespan.  Our doctoral (PhD) and MS/PhD programs provide students with the breadth and depth of knowledge necessary to become independent scholars, educators, and leaders for the future. 

The UW-Milwaukee Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders


The mission of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is to engage in the generation, dissemination, integration, and application of knowledge specific to evaluation of and intervention for speech, language, and hearing impairments.

Members of the department conduct research that contributes to the knowledge base of the field, and provide high-quality educational programs that (1) prepare undergraduate students with a broad foundation in communication sciences and disorders, (2) prepare graduate students in speech-language pathology for professional practice, and (3) prepare students to continue their professional growth beyond their formal education.

The department also provides clinical services to the Milwaukee community for a variety of communication disorders.



UW–Whitewater Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders


Speech-language pathologists in the community described our students as "well prepared," "competent," "creative," "resourceful," "confident," and "good problem-solvers." If that is the type of professional you would like to become, then our program is for you.

  • As a small program you will have one-to-one interaction with the faculty. In exit interviews, graduates have noted that this is one of the program's greatest strengths.
  • A distinguished faculty recognized for teaching, research, and advising at the university, state and national level.
  • Mission Statement

If you would like a tour of the department or would like to meet with a faculty member, please contact us at (262) 472-1301 or via e-mail at 



University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point

The mission of the graduate program in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is to provide a foundation of professional preparation in speech-language pathology. Students will engage in critical thinking by integrating the evidence base into clinical practice. Students will develop the necessary knowledge and skills to competently assess and treat individuals with speech, language, hearing and/or swallowing disorders from diverse backgrounds in a variety of community and work settings. The program is designed to promote a healthy and thriving community by serving and advocating for the people of Central Wisconsin.

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