2019 TASH Conference
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Each year, the TASH Conference brings together our constituents to share resources and success stories, learn about field-driven best practices, and network within a community engaged in shared values. The Conference is attended by passionate leaders, experts, and advocates from every corner of the disability community. Conference attendees are influential in their fields and communities, and play an important role in the provision of services and supports for the millions of individuals and organizations around the world; and include professors and researchers from leading institutions; those involved in local, state, and federal governments and public policy; special and general educators, and school administrators; self-advocates, adult service providers; students, family members, and many others.  This year’s conference theme, Building Diverse and Inclusive Communities, reminds us that equity, opportunity, and inclusion relies on the input of broad perspectives and experiences.

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Saturday, December 7





A Million Little Things: Considerations for Building Thriving Inclusive Lives Meeting Room: DeerSeating Available AAC in the Inclusive Classroom Meeting Room: Kave Ballroom 3Seating Available AZ TASH's Chapter YOUth Leadership and Advocacy Strand: How to Start One in Your State Meeting Room: ScorpionSeating Available Barriers to Planning and Organizing Work-Based Learning Experiences for Students with Intellectual Disability Meeting Room: BuzzardSeating Available Becoming a Sexual Self-Advocate Meeting Room: QuailSeating Available Coaches vs. Counselors: Parental Role in Intimate Relationships Between Adults with IDD Meeting Room: HorseSeating Available Curriculum and Instruction for Secondary-Age Students with Severe Disabilities and Intensive Nursing Supports at School Meeting Room: RattlesnakeSeating Available Inclusive Teacher Preparation: Experiences and Findings of an Educator Preparation Program Meeting Room: Kave Ballroom 1Seating Available Perceptions of Participation: A Qualitative Case Study Exploring How a Student with Significant Disabilities Participates in an Inclusive Classroom Meeting Room: Kave Ballroom 2Seating Available School-community Partnerships: The Collaborative Practices of Special Educators Supporting Transition-aged Students Meeting Room: CoyoteSeating Available Using Dyadic Interviews to Include Adults with IDD and Their Siblings in Qualitative Research Meeting Room: AntSeating Available Visual Supports for ALL Students Meeting Room: Gila-MonsterSeating Available


Communication for All: Building a Community of Support for Communication Meeting Room: RoadrunnerSeating Available Hear Me Now: Reflections from a Participatory Action Research Project Meeting Room: AntSeating Available Inclusion Model in the Elementary School Setting Meeting Room: RattlesnakeSeating Available Inclusion: Changing Minds, Building Capacity, and Intentional Planning Meeting Room: Kave Ballroom 2Seating Available Interactions in Public Spaces During Community-based Instruction Meeting Room: EagleSeating Available Meaningful Mathematics Instruction for Students with Intellectual Disability Meeting Room: Kave Ballroom 3Seating Available Quantity and Quality of Research on Physical Activity for Learners with Significant Disabilities in Schools Meeting Room: HorseSeating Available Reporting Present Levels of Performance: Narratives and their Consequences for Students with Significant Support Needs Meeting Room: Kave Ballroom 1Seating Available Stakeholder's Perceptions of Best Practices Supporting the Transition Process Meeting Room: CoyoteSeating Available Supporting Self-Determination and Employment through Supported Decision-Making Meeting Room: ScorpionSeating Available Transitioning to Independence; Community Style Meeting Room: BuzzardSeating Available Wearable Technology Informs More Empathetic and UDL-Focused Inclusive Practices Meeting Room: Gila-MonsterSeating Available Who's Driving the Car and do the Driver and Passengers Know Where They are Going? Meeting Room: DeerSeating Available Why Voting Is Important To Me Meeting Room: QuailSeating Available Employment Committee Meeting Meeting Room: Bird


Benefits of Elementary Student Involvement in the IEP Meeting Meeting Room: AntSeating Available Campus Connect: Dual Enrollment Post-Secondary Education for Students with Autism & Intellectual Disabilities, an example from Madison College in WI Meeting Room: QuailSeating Available Capacity Building for Inclusion in Day and Overnight Camps Meeting Room: HorseSeating Available Comparing Instructional Strategies Teaching Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities Time Management Skills Meeting Room: EagleSeating Available How to Connect Peer Mentorship and Transition Service in Special Education Meeting Room: Kave Ballroom 2Seating Available Inclusion Across the Lifespan and Community Impact: Everyone Wins! Meeting Room: DeerSeating Available Keeping Free Choice Inclusive: Structuring Free Choice Time Meeting Room: Kave Ballroom 3Seating Available Perspectives on Inclusion Across General and Special Education Preservice Teachers Meeting Room: RattlesnakeSeating Available Shifting Roles During Transition: Who's in the Driver's Seat? Meeting Room: BuzzardSeating Available Supporting Agencies and Systems to Dream! Meeting Room: ScorpionSeating Available Universal Design for Learning (UDL): Access & Agency for ALL Learners Meeting Room: Gila-MonsterSeating Available What Does It Take to Prepare Teachers for Inclusive Practices? Meeting Room: Kave Ballroom 1Seating Available What Matters and Why: Stakeholder Voices to Improve Communication Intervention Meeting Room: RoadrunnerSeating Available RPSD Editorial Board Meeting Meeting Room: Bird








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