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TASH Connections is a quarterly publication received as a member benefit that keeps readers informed on best practices, family concerns, advocacy events and policy changes. Each issue contains provocative articles on breakthroughs in the disability field and challenges readers to rethink some of the toughest issues affecting people with disabilities, their families and advocates. Contributors to TASH Connections are some of the leading experts and professionals in disability-related fields, along with notable advocates.
View a sample issue of TASH Connections below and become a member to receive issues each quarter.
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Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities
Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities is a critically acclaimed and widely read scientific journal in the field of disabilities. RPSD includes breakthrough articles on such topics such as inclusion, augmentative and alternative communication, supported living, supported employment, early childhood issues, self-advocacy, positive behavioral supports, disability rights and issues of concern to families. This journal is the most influential vehicle for progressive research in the disability field. Published quarterly, RPSD occasionally focuses on special topics, such as cultural competency, covered by many of the most notable authors and researchers in the field.
RPSD is available as a member benefit, or through a library subscription. Become a member to receive this journal and contact your library and ask that they subscribe to Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities.
View a welcome message from Marty Agran, editor-in-chief of Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities or download the RPSD editorial policy and author guidelines.
The purpose of this guide is to provide parents and professionals with an overview of Positive Behavior Support (PBS) and suggestions for working together while creating a support plan. Much of the suggestions in the guide are designed to help parents and professionals feel empowered as they work together during a potentially stressful period of time. Even under the best of circumstances problem behavior can evoke intense emotional responses such as fear, anger, frustration and sadness. Because of this, it is important that parents and professionals support one another through respectful and constructive interactions as they work toward creating meaningful support strategies for the individual.
TASH has a long history of developing publications on a broad range of disability-related topics. Many of these are collaborated with leading experts, and promote knowledge, research and practice that support the mission and values of TASH. For a complete list of titles, see the TASH store for available publications.
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