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Research Colloquium [clear filter]
Wednesday, December 13


Going to Scale--Research on Systems Change for People with Severe Disabilities: Education, Employment, Community Living, and Family Support
Limited Capacity seats available

The TASH Research and Publications Committee is sponsoring the 2nd Annual Research Colloquium on December 13, 2017 from 1:00-5:00 pm ET.

This Colloquium will present research on large scale efforts to improve major sectors that have a critical impact on the quality of life of people with severe disabilities, their families, fellow students, neighbors, and co-workers. Presenters will focus on research findings tracking the progress of efforts to reform key social systems. Although the speakers will focus on formal research, the presentations will be relevant for anyone interested in large scale efforts to improve the quality of life for people with severe disabilities and their peers through the life-span including researchers, advocates, family members, service providers and policy makers.

The speakers and their topics will be:
Robert Horner, University of Oregon: Research on School-wide Positive Behavior Support
David Mank, University of Indiana: Reforming Employment Practices
Hoon Choi, University of Kansas: Evaluation Evidence from the SWIFT Model of Inclusive School Reform
Fred Spooner, University of North Carolina at Charlotte: Research on the Academic Curriculum for Students with Severe Disabilities
Amy Hewitt, University of Minnesota: Progress in Community Inclusion
George HS Singer, University of California Santa Barbara: Family Support-- Evidence-based Practices

Each presenter will give a talk for 30 minutes and respond to questions from the audience.

Wednesday December 13, 2017 1:00pm - 5:00pm
L405-L406 265 Peachtree Center Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30303