Tennessee Association of Audiologists
and Speech-Language Pathologists
  • Professional Privilege Tax and Telehealth Updates
  • TAASLP serves persons and families with communication disorders
  • Seeking an audiologist or SLP? Find a Provider near you!
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TAASLP 501(c)6 Status

Please note, your dues paid to TAASLP/TAA for membership cannot be claimed as a charitable or business deduction when you file your income tax.

Professional Privilege Tax

Thank you everyone who has participated in helping repeal the Professional Privilege Tax! The Day on the Hill was a success and we spoke to many legislators who really heard us. Unfortunately, the bill will not be heard at the upcoming committee meeting as state revenues have continued to drop. TAASLP will be meeting again in May to renew our efforts for the next committee meeting. Please spread the word that advocacy is not scary, our voices should be heard, and the more the merrier!

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Foundation Bloomed!

Thank you for your contributions to our recent Flower Power Fundraiser! Foundation raised over $800 to be used to support Audiology and SLP graduate students! We appreciate your donations! Want to learn more about donating to the TAASLP Foundation? Click the link below!

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The mission of TAASLP is to enhance the professional development of audiologists and speech-language pathologists, and serve persons with communication disorders. TAASLP has an active legislation committee and employs a professional lobbyist to monitor legislation affecting communication disorder professionals, organizes an annual conference featuring engaging presentations and excellent networking opportunities, is active in the community and offers many member-only benefits. TAASLP is a success because of our wonderful members!

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