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Connect with a growing body of student leaders preparing to enter the disability field as service providers, teachers, nonprofit leaders, rehabilitation specialists and other professionals. Student Section members benefit from TASH’s 35 years of leadership on disability issues through direct access to leading experts in the field, TASH publications (Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities and TASH Connections), the TASH in Action bi-weekly newsletter and significantly reduced rates for conferences and training opportunities. Membership for students is only $45 for 12 months, and includes full membership benefits. Students must be completing coursework at least part-time.
Join or create a group of students who support TASH values of equity, opportunity and inclusion on your campus. Join one of many TASH Student Section Chapters across the U.S., or contact us to find out how to start a chapter at your school.
Information for Professors
By encourage your students to join TASH, you can connect them to a valuable resource for networking, information and access to experts in the field of disabilities. Contact us to receive information to share with your students.
All TASH members receive:
Networking opportunities to get to know, interact with and learn from others who share similar interests, expertise and values. Find a job, learn from experts or connect with others in your community.
TASH Connections, the association’s quarterly magazine. Connections is filled with the latest information on best practices, family concerns, events and opportunities. The provocative articles provide information about the issues impacting the disabilities field, and challenges readers to rethink the way we approach many issues affecting people with disabilities.
TASH in Action is a bi-weekly newsletter delivered to your e-mail with up to the minute news, insights from the TASH Blog, advocacy opportunities and updates on legislation.
TASH Members Section of TASH.org, which offers ways to interact with TASH and other members, and includes downloads and resources not found anywhere else on the Web.
Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities is the critically acclaimed research journal from TASH. RPSD is one of the most respected scientific publications in the disabilities field. It carries more articles on topics such as inclusion, facilitated communication, support living, self-advocacy and other issues of interest than any other publication available.
Events, Trainings, Webinars and other opportunities to learn, grow and engage at a reduced rate. Members receive discounts to all TASH events, training and other purchase materials, including books, DVDs and more.