New TASH Connections Available

The latest edition of TASH Connections is now available online! This issue focuses on Self-Advocacy and Social Justice: Ensuring Opportunities to Make Choices and Control Services and Supports. It features well-known authors, including Lou Brown, Gregg Knollman, Christine Ashby, Meghan Cosier, Tom Nerny and Lydia Brown. It also includes a special feature remembering June Downing, along with updates from other areas of TASH’s work. To access this issue, visit this link.

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Volume 37 Issue 2-3 Table of Contents

– Letters from the TASH Board President, Executive Director and Editor

Social Justice and Individuals with Significant Intellectual Disabilities, Lou Brown and Gregg Knollman

Moving Beyond Excuses to Exclude in Secondary School, Christine E. Ashby and Meghan Cosier

Lost Lives: The Paucity of Quality in Human Services, Tom Nerney

Identify and Hypocrisy: A Second Argument Against Person-First Language

Special Feature: Tribute to June Downing

– 2011 Policy Roundup

– Cultural Competency Corner

– Association News