Cal-TASH Summer Symposium July 25- 26, 2013 Santa Barbara County Education Office 4400 Cathedral Oaks Road, Santa Barbara Lessons of Inclusion in School and in the Community through Sharing of Personal Journeys Featuring: Mary Falvey and Richard Rosenberg, Diana Pastora Carson, Tim Holt and Jamie Houghtelin, Kirk Hinkleman, Scott Shepard, Kathy Peckham Hardin & more! […]
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 […]
TASH was very proud to partner with StoryCorps in recording the stories of people with disabilities and their families on-site at the 2011 TASH Conference. The use of storytelling as an agent of change has inspired wide-spread impacts in a number of different social justice movements. This partnership sought to bring greater attention to the […]
Tomorrow, September 21, advocates and members of the disability community are showing up in large numbers on Capitol Hill. TASH is a co-sponsor of the event, My Medicaid Matters, which will highlight the important role Medicaid plays in the lives of people with disabilities, and the impact budget cuts may have on our community.
PennTASH welcome members of PennTASH, Pennsylvania residents and others from the surrounding areas to attend a free event April 13, 2011, to remember the tragedy and lessons learned from the infamous Pennhurst institution.
You’re invited to join Kentucky TASH for two days of advocacy and education featuring speakers and breakout sessions on the topics impacting the disability community today. Come lend your voice to the issues impacting Kentuckians, network with other self-advocates, families and professionals and reignite your passion for advocacy.
TASH New England wants you to be a part of its 2011 Conference this April 1-2, 2011, at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass. The 2011 Conference theme is “Come Together, Right Now!” Reaffirming Values and Mobilizing Resources for Meaningful Lives. Save the date – and don’t forget to submit any proposals […]