2016 TASH Conference has ended
Each year, the TASH Conference strengthens the disability field by connecting attendees to innovative information and resources, facilitating connections between stakeholders within the disability movement, and helping attendees reignite their passion for an inclusive world. This year’s conference theme, “Gateway to Equity,” explores inclusive communities, schools, and workplaces that support people with disabilities, including those with complex support needs, in living a fair, just, and balanced life. Return to TASH website.

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Thursday, December 1

7:30am CST

8:00am CST

8:20am CST

9:00am CST

9:20am CST

About a Boy, AAC, and Grown-ups: A Mixed Methods StudyLIMITED Midway Suites III Building a Culturally Responsive Framework for Students with Intellectual Disability to Increase Postsecondary OutcomesLIMITED Grand A Count Me In: Finding Inclusion in Personalized LearningLIMITED Frisco/Burlington Creating a More Diverse TASH: Building Cultural Competence within TASH ChaptersLIMITED New York Central Creating an Inclusive EnvironmentLIMITED Regency B Creating Community LivesLIMITED Wabash Cannonball Creating Pathways to Employment & Community IntegrationLIMITED Illinois Central Creating Rigorous, Inclusive, Academic Lessons: Don't You Dare Dumb It Down!LIMITED Missouri Pacific Deinstitutionalization: where are we?LIMITED Regency C Designing grade-appropriate instruction in general education for students with significant support needsLIMITED Station Master Room Don't Judge Me: Understanding Invisible DisabilitiesLIMITED Grand C Ecological Systems Factors Affecting Access to General Education Content and ContextsLIMITED Jeffersonian/Knickerbocker Effective Employment Support - Findings From Interviews With Support ProfessionalsLIMITED Conductor Room Effective Inclusive Classrooms: 6 Techniques for Improving Inclusive Teaching and LearningLIMITED Grand B Inclusive education for students with complex health care needs: Moving forward together!LIMITED Midway Suites II Readiness, Response, and Reaction: Addressing School Emergencies with Students with DisabilitiesLIMITED Midway Suites I RPSD Associate Editor Meeting Red Caps Providing Full Inclusion: Enhancing Student Participation in Extracurricular ActivitiesLIMITED Grand F&E

10:20am CST

Art Inspired Academy - Changing Lives through the Creative ArtsLIMITED Illinois Central HCBS, Community Living & Day Services: How to do itLIMITED Frisco/Burlington High School General Education Teachers' Knowledge of InclusionLIMITED New York Central How the voucher/charter school movement undermines equity and inclusion: Evidence from OhioLIMITED Regency B I'd have my own train; Conversations on Advocacy, [through] Communication, and InclusionLIMITED Wabash Cannonball I'm a Free Man! - Process of acquiring my guardianship and making my own choicesLIMITED Regency C Identifying the Individual: Young Professional Panel Discussion Examining Titles, Inclusion, and CommunityLIMITED Missouri Pacific Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices at Home Resulting in Increased Independence and CommunicationLIMITED Grand C Importance of Hygiene Skills: The 'how to keep clean' lessons for students with AutismLIMITED Station Master Room Improving the Engagement of Students as Partners in Effective Classroom Learning SystemsLIMITED Jeffersonian/Knickerbocker Inclusive Education for Preschool Learners with Autism: A Program EvaluationLIMITED Grand B Self Determination and Planning your own LifeLIMITED Conductor Room Self-advocate engagement in managed care program implementation; Access creates EquityLIMITED Grand A Teachers' Views of their Preparation for Inclusive Education and CollaborationLIMITED Midway Suites III The Journaling Journey: Self-Reflection and Impact on PracticeLIMITED Midway Suites I What Pre-service Teachers Learn About Disabilities From Inclusion LiteratureLIMITED Midway Suites II Research and Publication CommitteeeLIMITED Red Caps Enhancing the IEP Meeting Process: The Good, The Bad, and The Suggestions Grand F&E

11:20am CST

1:00pm CST

1:10pm CST

1:30pm CST

2:30pm CST

Creating a Vision for Your LifeLIMITED Midway Suites I Disability and Poverty: Reasonable Recommendations to Increase Economic MobilityLIMITED Grand A Right of Tenancy - the Transformation of a Legacy Residential Services AgencyLIMITED Illinois Central Services access for Culturally Linguistically Diverse Families goes beyond translation and interpretationLIMITED Jeffersonian/Knickerbocker SMILE Intervention: Increasing Social Engagement for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Middle SchoolLIMITED Frisco/Burlington Socio-sexual education for individuals having ASD: Here's what I want you to know...LIMITED New York Central Stop and Think: Comprehension Self-Monitoring in Inclusive High School English-Language Arts ClassesLIMITED Regency B Sugar Rush Bakery a Student Success StoryLIMITED Wabash Cannonball Supported Decision-Making and Alternatives to GuardianshipLIMITED Regency C Suspension Isn't Teaching!: A Case Study of One School's Approach to Reducing Violence while Raising the Bar for Students with Intense Behavioral and Mental Health NeedsLIMITED Station Master Room Teaching Emotional Regulation: Critical skills for Independent LearningLIMITED Midway Suites II Teaching Self-Management Strategies to Children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum DisorderLIMITED Conductor Room Terror to Tolerance to Transformation: How Parents Create Opportunities that Support Self-Determination for Adults with DisabilitiesLIMITED Grand B The Importance of Belonging, Relationships, and Learning with Each OtherLIMITED Missouri Pacific Transforming Teacher Education Programs to Support Inclusion Specialists: Evaluating EffectivenessLIMITED Midway Suites III

3:30pm CST

Building Cross-System Support for Person-Centered CounselingLIMITED Grand C Gateway to the Inclusive Culinary ClassroomLIMITED Midway Suites IV I Never Gave Guardianship Much Though': Preparing Pre-Service Teachers to Presume CompetenceLIMITED Illinois Central Practice Makes Perfect: How do teachers use evidence-based practices to inform instructionLIMITED Illinois Central Teachers' decisions regarding community-based instruction for secondary students with severe disabilities.LIMITED Regency B Teaching Comprehension through Grade Aligned Adapted High School Novel via an iPadLIMITED Midway Suites III Teaming for TIDES: Teaching Independence, Determination, and Empowerments SkillsLIMITED Midway Suites II Tiered Systems: Establishing Comprehensive, Integrated, Collaborative Systems to Meet Students??? Multiple NeedsLIMITED Frisco/Burlington Transforming Moderate to Severe Classrooms for the 21st CenturyLIMITED New York Central Transition to Independent Living Literature: Progress and ChallengesLIMITED Wabash Cannonball Turning Anger into ArtLIMITED Missouri Pacific Using Effective Team Practices to Collaborate with FamiliesLIMITED Regency C Using Peer Intervention to Improve Conversational Reciprocity of Ÿ??Dominant TalkersŸ? with AutismLIMITED Station Master Room Using Read-Alouds of Informational Text to Promote Conversation SkillsLIMITED Grand B Using School Visits to Prepare Doctors to Better Serve Children with DisabilitiesLIMITED Jeffersonian/Knickerbocker Using smart watches to access an inclusive college campus with students with intellectual/developmental disabilityLIMITED Conductor Room College Student Chapters MeetingLIMITED Red Caps Inclusive Education Committee MeetingLIMITED Grand A Communication Initiative Discussion Pegram Room

4:30pm CST

5:00pm CST

6:00pm CST


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