ArkSHA COVID-19 Resources

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ArkSHA is working with leaders and professions from across the state to best advocate for professionals in communication disorders as well as the individuals they serve.

We have developed the resources listed below to provide our members with the most up to date information to help navigate the rapidly changing landscape in our communities. We will update this page as we receive information from AHSA, the CDC, and ADHS along with the other organizations listed below. For up-to-date announcements, please follow our social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram).

World Health Organization (WHO)
(1) Latest Updates
(2) COVID-19 Advice for the Public
(3) Rights, Roles, and Responsibilities of Health Care Workers

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
(1) Coronavirus-Updates
(2) Use of E-Visit Codes for Medicare Part B
(3) Arkansas Telepractice Requirements for Audiologists and Speech-Language PathologistsCenters for Disease Control (CDC)

American Academy of Audiology (AAA)
(1) COVID-19 and Clinical Recommendations
(2) Infection Control in Audiological Practices

Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
(1) Coronavirus Updates
(2) Legal Resources for Businesses and Employers
(3) Schools and Childcare Programs

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
(1) Medicare Telemedicine Fact Sheet
(2) COVID-19 FAQs for Medicaid and CHIP Agencies
(3) Medicaid Telehealth

Arkansas Department of Human Services (DHS)
(1) Information for Clients and Providers

Arkansas Department of Health (ADH)

Arkansas Department of Education (ADE)

Arkansas State Board of Examiners of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology (ABESPA)

Arkansas Division of Workforce Services (ADWS)

Arkansas Education Association (AEA)

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