Inclusive Education: How Do You Know It If You See It?

Since inclusive education began in the mid-1980s people have asked “how do you know it if you see it?” Cheryl Jorgensen poses thought-provoking questions on inclusive education and provides a free resource for evaluating inclusive schools.… read more

Wretches & Jabberers Makes Big Screen Debut

Wretches & Jabberers, the inspiring tale of two men with autism who are changing perceptions about people with disabilities and the way we communicate, is coming to a theater near you. Don't miss the national debut of this flim, which will be in theaters nationwide this April during National Autism Awareness Month.… read more

Rep. Miller Receives Diane J. Lipton Award at Cal-TASH Conference

Each year, the Diane J. Lipton Memorial Cal-TASH Award is given to an individual who has shown outstanding commitment and effort in systems level advocacy to promote policy that upholds the rights of individuals with disabilities, particularly children and youth, in inclusive schools and communities. It should come as no surprise, then, that U.S. Rep.… read more

Social Security 101: What’s in it for me?

The Social Security Administration will be hosting a free webinar today, March 10, at 3 p.m. ET, entitled “Social Security 101: What’s in it for me?” This webinar aims to provide answers to common questions about Social Security. Participants will also receive tips on saving and planning for the financial future.… read more

Call for Proposals for the 2011 TASH Conference is now open!

Submit your proposals to present during the 2011 TASH Conference. TASH is seeking presentations that reflect innovative ideas, programs and practices that are leading to positive systems change for people with significant disabilities. View this free webinar on how to submit your proposal! … read more

What Medicaid Changes in Wisconsin Mean for the Disability Community

If you have been watching the national news you know that all is not right in Wisconsin. While the focus has been mainly on the issue of collective bargaining and benefits and wages for public employees, there are five pages tucked within Governor Walker’s 144 page budget repair bill that will have significant consequences for… read more

TASH Supports Congressional Briefing on Transition

This briefing will include a series of presentations from several of the nation’s leading experts in transition policy about key recommendation recently introduced as a package of legislation known as the Transition towards Excellence in Achievement and Mobility (TEAM) Act. This trio of bill includes the TEAM-Education Act of 2011 (H.R. 602), the TEAM-Empowerment Act… read more

TASH and NDSS Partner with CPSD for Congressional Briefing on Education Reform

An inclusive education is one that fully integrates all students into a general education setting with access to peers, classrooms, teachers and the general curriculum. For children with significant disabilities, an inclusive education offers a chance for academic advancement, meaningful social relationships, employable skills and the tools and resources needed for successful life in the… read more

Local Host Committee Kicks-Off Conference Preparation in Atlanta

The local host committee for the 2011 TASH Conference met Wednesday, February 16, in Atlanta, Ga., the host city for this year’s conference, to begin conversations on how to make the 2011 TASH Conference the best yet! That begs the question – what is the local host committee? Each year, TASH organizes a local host… read more