Providing Hope—and an “I Love You”—Through AAC

In May 2014, Greg Barnett was in a motorcycle accident and sustained a traumatic brain injury, losing his ability to move his muscles and speak. He moved between hospitals and rehab centers and was cared for by doctors and nurses who, night after night, didn’t believe he would make it. They helped him survive … but not thrive. Eventually, Greg was moved to Hennis Care…

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Engage and Support Your Chapter Members

As a NSSLHA chapter, your most important resources are your members. But how do you get the students in your CSD program to join? And how do you keep them coming back semester-after-semester?? Not only do we have super helpful member recruitment and retention tips online, but your fellow NSSLHA chapters are doing some pretty awesome things to engage their members. Check out what our…

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Tackling 2019 Like a Boss

Happy New Year!! As we kick-off 2019—and before the spring-semester-crazies start—now’s the time to reflect and think about what we want to accomplish in the new year. Check out what some of your Student State Officers will focus on in 2019: Time Management Seaira Henry “Less is more. My personal time is important. I don’t have to do everything; but what I do tackle, I’m…

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2018 Aha Moments

Phew—what a semester! Through all the ups and downs, I think it’s safe to say we’ve all learned some valuable lessons in 2018 (and not just in class!). Take a peek at what some of your Student State Officers have learned so far this year. Maybe it’ll sound familiar … or maybe it’ll inspire some new aha moments of your own! Don’t Stress So Much…

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