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Creating Community. Supporting Students.

Thank you to everyone who joined us in Long Beach, Calif., and online for Schools Connect 2023!

All in-person participants as well as online conference registrants have access!

This site is for information only. Access live and on-demand sessions (and more!) via your ASHA account. Beginning Wednesday, July 26, log into your ASHA account using your username and password. Under "ASHA Courses and Orders," select the name of the conference. Problems accessing the online conference? View our Technical Tips.

In Person and Online

Join us in person in Long Beach, California, July 13-15, or online, July 26-August 7, at #ASHASchoolsConnect23 for memorable connection-making and practical education, created by school-based SLPs for school-based SLPs. Bonus: When you register for the full in-person event, you get automatic access to the online conference too. 

Use the links on the left to learn about what's waiting for you at Schools Connect 2023. Be sure to review the sample session plans for suggested sessions based on your interests.

Thanks to our sponsors for their generous support!

Get Inspired

Watch how school-based speech-language pathologist, Karla Garcia, MS, CCC-SLP, makes a difference for her students every day.

In Their Own Words

Your fellow SLPs rave about their Schools Connect experiences:

"I love the ASHA Schools Connect conference. It reignites my passion as a speech-language pathologist every summer and gets me excited for the coming school year." ~Past Schools Connect participant
"This was an outstanding conference. So many exceptional presenters and well-organized, informative, and inspiring material and information I can use when the new school year begins." ~Past Schools Connect participant
"This conference was amazing! I learned so much and enjoyed the freedom to design my own experience. The variety of classes was impressive." ~Past Schools Connect participant
"Excellent presentations and great variety of topics — all very relevant to the school-based SLP." ~Past Schools Connect participant