Register for the TASH Regional Conference in Atlanta, Georgia and learn how to make a case for financial stability strategy as part of transition planning; how to take steps to support people in becoming financially stable; and how to adopt innovative transition models being developed across the country.
Pat Nobbie and her daughter Mia, who is 29 and has a great life in the community, will give a presentation on their journey from childhood to high school to life after high school. Pat will share some of the road blocks and breakthroughs they encountered along the way as a parent and as a policy professional who has worked on many aspects of transition along the life span of individuals with disabilities.
Promoting Self Determined Futures is a one-day TASH regional conference. Its focus is on evidence-based practices in facilitating and supporting self direction as a tool for improved transition processes and results for youth with significant disabilities. This conference is ideal for State agency leaders and senior staff – VR, ED, DDS, DDC; educators, education leaders, VR practitioners, and adult service professionals; parents and family Members; advocates, self advocates and attorneys.
Promoting Self Determined Futures is co-hosted by the Southeast TACE. The TASH Regional Conference will take place on Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at the Loudermilk Center in Atlanta, Georgia.
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