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for 2017 TASH Conference
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Each year, the TASH Conference brings together a diverse community of stakeholders who gain information, learn about resources, and connect with others across the country to strengthen the disability field. This year’s conference theme, “Still We Rise for Equity, Opportunity, and Inclusion,” shows the resilience of individuals with disabilities and their families across the lifespan. Conference attendees will celebrate their passion for disability rights, civil rights, and human rights while exploring inclusive communities, schools, and workplaces that support people with disabilities, including those with complex support needs. Return to TASH website.

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Thursday, December 14
 

8:00am

8:15am

9:45am

12:00pm

1:00pm

4:30pm

TASH Board of Directors Meeting TBD A Collaborative Approach to Supporting Preschool Children in Inclusive Settings Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED A Literature Review of Studies Involving Paraprofessional-Implemented Systematic Instruction Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED A Regular Kindergarten Teachers' Difficulties & Support Needs in Teaching Children's Problem Behaviors Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED About Poster Presentations Imperial Ballroom, Salon B Affect of the ADA on Sports, Workplace, and Education Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED An Analysis of Parent/Guardian Components of Sex Ed Curriculums for Adolescents with Intellectual Disabilities Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Attitudes, Knowledge, and Utilization of Assistive Technology for Students with Severe Disabilities Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Better Workforce Means Better Outcomes: Supporting Employment Consultants Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Brain-Computer Interface Technology: Communication Usability for People with Autism and Cerebral Palsy Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Character Strengths as a Facilitator of Successful Employment Outcomes Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Community Perspectives: Advancing Post-Secondary Education for Youth with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Comprehensive Reading Instruction: Evidence-based Practices to Support Literacy and Language in the Classroom Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Cultural Responsive Person-Centered Transition Planning to Promote the Involvement of Hispanic Families Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Differentiated Instruction to Promote Equity, Opportunity, and Inclusion for All Learners Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Effects of AAC Intervention for Children with Disabilities at Perlocutionary Language Stage Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Effects of Positive Behavior Support for Class-Related Behaviors of Children with Cerebral Palsy Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Employment Skills in Motion: The Use of Video-Based Instruction to Promote Employment-Related Social Behaviors for High School Students with Severe Intellectual Disability Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Engaging Students with Disabilities through Robotics Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Evaluating Use of Skip Counting Number Lines and Dot Notation Math to Teach Multiplication to Students with ID Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Expanding Boundaries and Erasing Boarders: Including Rural Students with Significant Disabilities Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED How to Make Teacher Created Computer-Assisted Instruction to Teach Academics Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED I.B.-long; Enhancing Meaningful Participation of Middle Grade Students with Disabilities in International Baccalaureate Programs Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Improving Homework Completion Using Self-Management Strategies Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Inclusive Education Practices for Adolescents With Intellectual Disability: A Systematic Review Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Involvement and Participation of Students with Severe Disabilities in SWPBS Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Involving Parents and Siblings: A Family Systems Approach to Increasing Communication Skills Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Key Components When Training Paraeducators to Ensure Student Success Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Korean Mothers of Children with Disabilities and their Experiences in the U.S. Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED My Voice. My Participation. My Board: Leadership Training for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Peer Supports: Let's Make it Happen! Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Seeking Best Ways to Document Whether and How Teacher Candidates Support Students Rising Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Seeking Employment in the Digital Age: Student Directed Websites Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Self-determination in Health Care at School Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Service Dogs for 100 Please Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Steps that Lead to a Degree Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Strategies for Success for Dually Classified Students Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED The Comparison of the Characteristics between the Employed and the Unemployed... Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED The Effect of Enhanced Milieu Communication Intervention… Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED The effects of Positive Behavior Support on Yelling Behaviors and Social Interaction Behaviors of Toddler with Developmental Delay Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED The Life Experience of Adults who have a Sibling with Disabilities Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED The Use of Functional Communication Training for Elementary Aged Children in Schools Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Using an Apple Watch to Increase Daily Living Skills for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Using Computer-Assisted Instruction to Teach Grade Aligned Science to Students with ASD Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Using Long Road Home Activities to Encourage States to Comply with Olmstead Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Using Participation Plans to Teach Social Studies Content in Inclusive Secondary Classrooms Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Why Inclusive Education? Creating an Inclusive Culture Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED Working Together: Cross-Cultural Collaboration between Mothers and Special Educators Imperial Ballroom, Salon BLIMITED

6:30pm