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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Friday, December 2

7:00am CST

8:00am CST

8:20am CST

Achieving Inclusive Postsecondary Education Through Interdisciplinary CollaborationLIMITED Regency A Being a 21st Century GREAT Inclusive Teacher:Trends,Tools,Tips,Tech.LIMITED Illinois Central Benefits of Regular Education Math Teaching Methods for Students with Intellectual DisabilitiesLIMITED Midway Suites I Campus Connect: Dual Enrollment Post-Secondary program for students with Intellectual Disabilities (Madison College, Wisconsin)LIMITED Grand C Capacity-building through Collaboratively Planned Units of Instruction: Examples from Inclusive ClassroomsLIMITED Conductor Room Communication in the Classroom Ÿ?? Things SLPs Know That Teachers and Parents ReinforceLIMITED Regency B Computer-Assisted Sight Word Instruction: Providing Access to Reading Skill DevelopmentLIMITED New York Central Cooperative Learning Interventions for Students Who Use AAC During Shared Reading ActivitiesLIMITED Midway Suites II Core Vocabulary in Inclusive EducationLIMITED Midway Suites III Families and Decision-Making SupportsLIMITED Frisco/Burlington Family experiences with educational decision-making for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.LIMITED Missouri Pacific No regrets .. a conversation about risk taking, supported decision making and vulnerabilityLIMITED Jeffersonian/Knickerbocker Partnering with Family Groups to Support, Reach, and TeachLIMITED Station Master Room Supported Decision Making as an Alternative to Guardianships: What We Have Learned So Far.LIMITED Wabash Cannonball What's The Problem?: Problematizing Classroom Environments to Create Truly Inclusive Classroom CommunitiesLIMITED Midway Suites IV

9:00am CST

9:20am CST

10:20am CST

Developing a New Transition Assessment: Seeking Input to Develop Student VersionLIMITED Wabash Cannonball Increasing active responding during academic instruction for students with autism spectrum disorder and limited vocal communicationLIMITED Regency C Intelligence Magnified Through Communication, Inclusion, and EducationLIMITED Missouri Pacific Involvement of Transition-Age Students with Severe Disabilities in Their Health Care at SchoolLIMITED Station Master Room Issues in Healthcare Decision-making Issues in Healthcare Decision-making with People with Intellectual and Developmental DisabilitiesIssues in Healthcare Decision-making with People with Intellectual and Developmental...LIMITED Illinois Central Kids Have the Right to LearnLIMITED Midway Suites I Live Online Sign Language Training: Building Communication Capacity in Rural LocationsLIMITED Grand C Longitudinal Collaborative Research Documenting Development in a Rare Genetic DisorderLIMITED Conductor Room Love and Disability: Removing the BarriersLIMITED Regency B Making a Difference; Animal Assisted InstuctionLIMITED Regency A Mapping communicative support: Documentation of augmentative and alternative communication services in IEPsLIMITED Midway Suites II Meeting People Where They Are: A Multiple-Case Study of CPRCsLIMITED Midway Suites III Meta analyses of family support group and single subject design research.LIMITED Grand B Meta-analysis of mobile device based interventions for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilityLIMITED Frisco/Burlington Using the prompt hierarchy and fading to teach typing for the purpose of communicating to people who don't yet use words to speakLIMITED Jeffersonian/Knickerbocker RPSD Editorial Board Meeting Red Caps CANCELLED Current Research Trends in Severe and Dangerous Problem BehaviorsLIMITED Grand F&E

11:20am CST

1:20pm CST

1:30pm CST

Educational placement and decision-making for youth with autism: Parent perspectivesLIMITED Wabash Cannonball Preparing All Educators to Serve Students with Severe Disabilities: An Interdisciplinary ApproachLIMITED Regency C Progress Monitoring: Impacting Educational ChangeLIMITED Missouri Pacific Project EPIC: Evidence-based Practices and Interdisciplinary CollaborationLIMITED Grand C ProjectFUN: A Kid-Centered Approach to SummerLIMITED Station Master Room Promoting Inclusion and Communication: Peer-Mediated Approaches for Students who Use Aided AACLIMITED Illinois Central Pushing Through Life with Multiple Disabilities: My StoryLIMITED Midway Suites I Racial gaps in postsecondary education enrollment for adolescents with autismLIMITED Conductor Room Scenes from Four Decades with People with DisabilitiesLIMITED Regency B Seeing the Fractal: A Collective Case Study Exploring Sustainable Change in Inclusive SettingsLIMITED Regency A Self-Advocates' Lives Matter: Transforming Rhetoric into ActionLIMITED Midway Suites II Sense of belonging for students with intensive special education needs in FinlandLIMITED Midway Suites III Service Dogs in Schools: Legal, Educational, and Access IssuesLIMITED Grand B Short-term and One-year Outcomes for Family Employment Awareness Training (FEAT) AttendeesLIMITED Frisco/Burlington Therapeutic Horseback Riding Incorporating Pivotal Response Treatment to Enhance Social Communication and Sensory Processing of Children with AutismLIMITED Jeffersonian/Knickerbocker YouthACT: Youth and Adult Partners as Transition AmbassadorsLIMITED New York Central

2:00pm CST

2:30pm CST

Let's Be Real! It's not about boundaries; it's about relationships. Frisco/Burlington Planning community-based instruction for secondary students with severe disabilitiesLIMITED New York Central Quality Indicators of Customized Employment with People with Significant DisabilitiesLIMITED Grand B Statewide Initiatives to Improve CommunicationLIMITED Jeffersonian/Knickerbocker Supporting Youth in Transition to Independent LivingLIMITED Station Master Room Teacher perspectives on tools for planning grade-level standards-based instruction for students with complex support needsLIMITED Wabash Cannonball The Culture of and Access to Literacy in Inclusive Middle School Social Studies Classes for Students with Intellectual DisabilitiesLIMITED Regency C The Pathways to Careers Initiative - A Bridge to Community Integrated EmploymentLIMITED Missouri Pacific The Power of ePortfolios: Understanding how student-directed websites serve as a powerful communication toolLIMITED Illinois Central The Promise of ABLE Accounts: A Down Payment on FreedomLIMITED Midway Suites I The Relationship Between Quality of Staff and Quality of LifeLIMITED Grand C The Right to Write: Even if I CanŸ??t Hold a PencilLIMITED Conductor Room The Solutions Project: Teaching Students with Severe Disabilities to Solve Mathematical ProblemsLIMITED Regency B The Tales of Four Paraeducators: Inclusion experiences from their perspectivesLIMITED Regency A The Transition to Increased Inclusion at an Urban Elementary SchoolLIMITED Midway Suites II Thinking About A Good Life For Our Families -- And the Systems That Support UsLIMITED Midway Suites III

3:30pm CST

CANCELLED Communicating our message:Making the case for community livingLIMITED Station Master Room CANCELLED Delivery of Instruction For Students With Significant Cognitive DisabilitiesLIMITED New York Central CANCELLED-Navigating through academic barriers for students with Autism: A Common Core ApproachLIMITED Jeffersonian/Knickerbocker CANCELLED: Using Technology and Systematic Instruction to promote grade aligned ELA skillsLIMITED Regency C Inclusion of Students with Significant Disabilities in SWPBS Evaluation ToolsLIMITED Regency B Resolution Opposing the Legalization of Physician-Assisted SuicideLIMITED Frisco/Burlington Using team building and evidence based strategies to facilitate inclusion for students with severe disabilitiesLIMITED Midway Suites III Valuing Lives: Wolf Wolfensberger and the Principle of Normalization Ÿ?? Inclusive Leadership NeededLIMITED Missouri Pacific Visual Phonics as a Tool for Language/Reading Instruction for Learners with Severe DisabilitiesLIMITED Grand B Watch it! Effects of a paraprofessional-delivered academic intervention using video promptingLIMITED Illinois Central We Should Get Together: Serendipitous Post-Secondary Inclusion for Students from Self-Contained ClassroomsLIMITED Midway Suites I We're in College! Our Experience in TransitionLIMITED Midway Suites II We're together, now what? A conceptual framework for modifying instruction inLIMITED Grand C What supports do people with complex disabilities need to serve effectively on board of directors.LIMITED Conductor Room Who Helps? Characteristics and Correlates of Informal Supporters to Adults with DisabilitiesLIMITED Regency A

4:30pm CST


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