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Tasha Schuh – Receives Prestigious SAVE Certification on Keynote Message

Updated: Jul 21, 2020

(WISCONSIN) July, 2020 – Tasha Schuh, who specializes in building resilience for mental and emotional health, recently received the SAVE certification on her keynote message. She delivers this message to schools, youth conferences, and other organizations across the nation.

This certification recognizes prevention-focused public messages on the topic of suicide. Certified materials meet or exceed evidence-informed best practices and standards. Suicide Awareness Voices of Education (SAVE) is an organization dedicated to the prevention of suicide.

According to, “Certification distinguishes suicide prevention messages that have been rigorously tested for safety from other suicide prevention communications that may contain harmful content for someone at risk of suicide. Safe messages matter. In an age of advanced communication technologies where pictures, news and videos spread rapidly, how we communicate about suicide and the content of our messages matter. Although safe messaging is only one component of a comprehensive approach to suicide prevention, it’s one of the most important measures messengers can take when talking publicly about suicide or suicide prevention.”

Tasha is currently booking speaking engagements for the 2020/2021 school year. Her message is typically delivered in an assembly setting – but in light of the varying modes of education delivery that schools are facing, her message can also be delivered virtually or in a hybrid model.


About Tasha Schuh

After a tragic theater accident left her paralyzed from the chest down, Tasha discovered valuable lessons that resonate with audiences of all demographics. Since 2007, she has been traveling across the country, inspiring and challenging her listeners to overcome and persevere, no matter what life throws their way. In 2020, Tasha released a six-lesson curriculum designed for teachers to use in grades 6-12.

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