MSHA is on the move - Office Relocation
As a result of additional space requirements necessitated by the forthcoming enactment of our College legislation, we will be moving offices to a larger available space just next door (to the right of our existing office) in the same building. The new address is:
Unit 1 - 333 Vaughan Street
Winnipeg, MB R3B 3J9
All other contact information remains the same, please update your records accordingly and bear with us as we begin to make this change across the entire website.
The Manitoba Speech and Hearing Association (MSHA) is the regulatory body for Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists in Manitoba. In order to practice in Manitoba all Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists must be members of the Association.
MSHA’s services to its members are: assisting with continuing education opportunities, publishing a newsletter and providing career listings, and collaborating with government and other organizations to ensure that by-laws, policies, and regulations are in place that meet the needs of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists in Manitoba.
MSHA’s services to the public are: ensuring that the members of the Association meet certain standards for practice, including continuing education standards, educating the public about the professions of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, and providing a private practitioner’s listing online to assist in locating a Speech-Language Pathologist or Audiologist.
MSHA Mission Statement
It is the mission of The Manitoba Speech and Hearing Association (MSHA) to ensure the provision of high quality speech-language pathology and audiology services by its members to persons with communication disorders and their families.
Adopted: 1994, September 28 AGM
Vice President Public Relations/Website
Continuing Education Committee Information and Forms
(please click on the links to view the documents)
MSHA 2013 Awards Nomination Form - Honours of the Association and Professional Achievement
(click on link to view)