TASH is asking you to submit written comments to the Department of Labor on a proposed rule that has unintended consequences for individuals with significant disabilities living independently in their own homes and their live-in companions.
Archives for February 2012
Tired of being hung up on and having doors slammed in your face? Ever feel like your candidates aren’t as invested in the job development process as you are? Ever had a candidate find their own job and wish they could all be that easy? This webinar will discuss successful methods for how to best obtain and utilize clients’ social networks as well as how to discover business needs and ultimately define how to connect the two to ensure a successful job match. It will further emphasize the importance of fostering a partnership in both developer/business and candidate/developer relationships. It’s not about working harder, it’s about working smarter!
Better Supports, Better Lifestyles in Today’s Challenging World TASH New England Annual Conference Friday May 11 and Saturday May 12, 2012 College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA Featuring: Friday Keynote by Chad Sinanian, VIce President, People First of Connecticut and Consumer Advocate, Ability and Beyond Welcoming remarks and Keynote by Elin Howe, Commissioner, Massachusetts […]
Hebrew College invites applications for the Korman Chair in Inclusive Jewish Education. This endowed professor provides academic and entrepreneurial leadership, vision, and scholarship for our Center for Inclusive Jewish Education and serves as a core faculty member of our Shoolman Graduate School of Jewish Education. The Korman Chair will teach and mentor graduate students, build and sustain partnerships with […]
Long Island University is looking to fill an opening for an Assistant/Associate Professor of Adolescent Special Education, someone who is committed to inclusion and social justice in education, for its School of Education at the University’s Brooklyn Campus. Position Description: The successful candidate will teach graduate courses in Special Education (middle/secondary) with an inclusive education […]