Congratulations to OSHA President Kathy Wheat!

OSHA is proud to announce that our newest president, Dr. Kathy Wheat, has been selected as one of The Journal Record's 2023 Health Care Heroes! This award honors individuals who have gone above and beyond to help make Oklahoma a healthier, safer, and happier place to live and work. Congratulations, Dr. Wheat!

The 2023 Health Care Hero winners will be celebrated at an evening event on March 23, 2023, at the Oklahoma History Center.

Tickets may be purchased online, and sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information, contact Sarah Barrow at 405-278-2830 or, and visit this link for the full article and details.

Also, be sure to pickup The Journal Record's March 24 issue, which will include a commemorative magazine insert featuring all the Health Care Hero Honorees.

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2023 Advocacy Training
March 20th, 6 to 7pm at OUHSC

2023 Capitol Day
March 23rd, 10am to 2pm at State Capitol, 2nd Floor Rotunda




OSHA is looking for volunteers!

If you are looking to help promote and support the services for speech, language, and hearing related disorders, volunteer with OSHA! All of our positions are volunteer-based, and the more hands that can help the lighter the load for all. If you want to help make a difference for people with communication disorders, we need people on committees and chair positions.

For more volunteer information please contact OSHA President,
Mona Ryan.