Look for representatives from Wisconsin TASH at the UW Oshkosh spring “Planting the Seeds of Inclusion: Supporting the Growth of All Children” conference, Saturday, March 2, as they host a TASH membership drive. For information about the conference and its associated free resource fair for local families, visit, www.uwosh.edu/go/seedsofinclusion. For more information about Wisconsin TASH, […]
Archives for January 2013
I-TASH will host a public meeting on February 23 from 10:30-11:30 a.m. at the Waterloo Public Library, in Waterloo, Iowa, and the Iowa City Public library, in Iowa City, Iowa. Our topics will be “What is TASH?” by I-TASH president, Susie Lund and “Why is Inclusion Important?” by Tyler Green and Dr. Bette Nee. Our […]
Penn TASH is cosponsoring The Challenge of Inclusion: Disability Rights, the Community Movement and Pennsylvania Public Policy, a symposium on February 4 at Millersville University in Millersville, Pa. The event is designed to bring together advocates and community organizers to explore the history of disability rights and current public policy issues. Penn TASH members Jean […]
Arizona TASH and AZ WINS will hold The Art and Science of Writing IEPs February 22 at the Deer Valley District Office in Phoenix, Arizona. Register by visiting http://www.regonline.com/theartandscienceofwritingieps, and learn more by contacting Andrea O’Brien or Sherry Mulholland.
The following is a guest post from Arizona TASH president Cheryl Brown. Arizona TASH just closed out another two-day conference. The first day of the conference offered a strand for middle and high schoolers! Kristin Dougherty did an amazing job facilitating an I AM NORM strand for the 20 youth. Linda Mullen wrapped it up […]