Board Partners & Community Resources
We work with the following state and national organizations to ensure the safety and welfare of Nevadans through best practices in audiology, speech-language pathology, and hearing aid dispensing:
Ensures the academic quality and continuous improvement of audiology education to reflect the evolving practice of audiology.
Represents audiologists and future audiologists nationwide by promoting quality hearing and balance care.
A national organization that certifies speech-language pathologists and audiologists.
Provides free services through funding from small monthly surcharges on phone lines in the state collected by the Public Utilities Commission and administered through ADSD. Services include telecommunications equipment and assistive technology, access to services, and language acquisition services.
A national organization that promotes the practice of Hearing Aid Dispensing. The former Nevada chapter has disbanded.
A national organization that certifies Hearing Aid Specialists and Hearing Instrument Specialists.
Nevada Coalition to Address Personnel Shortages in Special Education and Related Services (NV Coalition)
A coalition of stakeholders focused on recruiting and retaining highly qualified providers of special education, related services, and early intervention services to children throughout Nevada.
An advisory body within the Office of the Governor with a mission to ensure that “All Nevada citizens will have equal and full access to resources, services and opportunities in all aspects of community life.”
Facilitated by the Nevada Aging & Disability Services Division, provides information and resources regarding the interpreting profession and related services, professional development opportunities, and supports the activities of Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing community organizations.
A state association that promotes the practice of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.
Facilitated by the Nevada Aging & Disability Services Division, provides specialized telecommunications equipment to individuals with speech and hearing disabilities to access the phone system.