Webinar

TASH’s Creative Solutions to the Community Living Crisis Webinar Series

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Creative Solutions to the Community Living Crisis When: This is a six-part webinar series. Episodes are every week (with a one week break on March 6th) on Fridays at 1:00 PM Eastern, starting February 21st, running through April 3rd. About the series: Supporting people with disabilities to live in the community and live valued lives… read more

Walking the Talk of Presuming Competence

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When:  Walking the Talk of Presuming Competence is a webinar presented by the New England Chapter of TASH. The webinar is on June 14, 2019 at Noon Eastern Time. About This Presentation:  In the world of augmentative/alternative communication (AAC), the “presumption of competence” is seen as a core guiding principle for supporting a person who… read more

Inclusive Education: Parents and Educators in Partnership

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When: Inclusive Education: Parents and Educators in Partnership is a six-part webinar series. Episodes are every week on Tuesdays at 7:00 PM Eastern, starting February 19th, running through March 26th. About the Series: What does inclusion look like for students with significant disabilities?  How can parents and teachers work together to make inclusion happen for… read more

Positive Behavior Support | Rescheduled to Early 2015

In addition to our two previously announced series on Sexuality and Home and Community-Based Services Waivers, TASH Training is excited to now add Achieving Meaningful Outcomes through Positive Behavior Support, a six-part webinar series brought together by Sharon Lohrmann. Achieving Meaningful Outcomes through Positive Behavior Support Date: TBD (early 2015) Developing behavior supports that are… read more