Author Archives: Bethany Alvare

The Partnership for People with Disabilities at VCU Seeks Associate Director

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The Partnership for People with Disabilities at VCU is currently recruiting for an Associate Director. The Partnership is recognized as Virginia’s University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD) by the US Department of Health and Human Services and is charged with conducting interdisciplinary pre-service and community training, continuing education, direct service, research and evaluation,… read more

Undocumented with Disabilities in America: Ensuring Service Providers Treat Immigrants and Minorities with Disabilities Equally

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Guest Author: Jake Goodman Every TASH intern is required to complete what is called an “External Intern Final Project” where we are supposed to conduct a fieldwork research project as a means of applying our learning in a real-world context. This is an opportunity to be creative and there have been wonderful examples of that… read more

TASH Hosts a Day Around the Olmstead Decision and Honors Sue Jamieson

Sue Jamieson attends TASH's Outstanding Leadership in Disability Law Award Dinner

TASH had an action-packed day on July 19th! We started the day by hosting a Congressional Briefing on Capitol Hill, then hosted a legal symposium in the afternoon, and finally concluded the day with a reception and award dinner honoring Sue Jamieson for her exceptional work as lead council in the Olmstead litigation on behalf… read more

Meet the 2018 TASH Conference Keynote Speakers!

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Each year, the TASH Conference brings together a diverse community of stakeholders who learn about resources and gain information from highly credentialed speakers and professionals working in the disability field. It is our pleasure to announce the keynote speakers for the 2018 TASH Conference! Employment Track | Wednesday Workshops This year, Oz Mondejar, Vice President of Talent Management at Partners HealthCare,… read more

The College of Saint Rose Seeks Visiting Instructor/Assistant Professor of Special Education

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Company Description: The College of Saint Rose is a dynamic institution of higher education, enrolling nearly 4,000 students. Located in the City of Albany, the heart of New York State’s Capital Region, the College is a private, independent, coeducational institution, defined by dedicated faculty, administrators, and staff, all focused on transforming the lives of our… read more

Disability Rights New Jersey Seeks Executive Director

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Position Profile Executive Director Disability Rights New Jersey Trenton, NJ Disability Rights New Jersey seeks a strong and compassionate Executive Director to lead this 24-year old organization that serves as the protection and advocacy system for people with disabilities in New Jersey. The Organization For more than 20 years, Disability Rights New Jersey [DRNJ] has… read more

Welcome, Jake Goodman!

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Join us in welcoming one of our summer interns, Jake Goodman, to the TASH team! Jake Goodman comes to us from Maryland. He is a rising senior at Towson University in Towson where he majors in political science and minors in geography. In his past, he has volunteered numerous hours to Towson University’s Hussman Center… read more

TASH’s Annual Chapter Leadership & Board Retreat

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Every summer, TASH hosts it annual in-person Board of Directors Retreat. This year we held our second annual Chapter Leadership Retreat and first annual Self-Advocacy Committee Meeting in conjunction with the Board Retreat. It was an action-packed three days, to say the least! We kicked off the retreat with a presentation by Allan Bergman, chair… read more

Join Us in Celebrating a Leader in Disability Law

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Join TASH in celebrating a lawyer who has created change for the lives of people with disabilities. For nearly four decades, Sue Jamieson, has focused on the rights of people in institutions. This interest began with her concern that this population was isolated, not only from society in general, but from legal advocacy in particular. Sue… read more