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Each year, the TASH Conference brings together a diverse community of stakeholders who gain information, learn about resources, and connect with others across the country to strengthen the disability field. This year’s conference theme, “Be Creative - Innovative Solutions for an Inclusive Life,” reminds us to think outside the box during times of uncertainty. Creativity, innovation, and determination can pave the way for meaningful and inclusive lives for people with disabilities.

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Thursday, November 29
 

7:30am PST

8:00am PST

8:15am PST

9:44am PST

9:45am PST

Advances in Evaluation of Inclusive Post Secondary EducationFull Laurelhurst - Second Floor AveNEWS of Success: Innovative Ideas, One Person at a TimeSeating Available Salon G - Lower Level Building Systems Change to Support Employment and Community IntegrationSeating Available Salmon - Third Floor Everyone is a Triathlete! Community Partnership in an All Abilities Event!Seating Available Medford - Lower Level Fair Housing Rights and EnforcementSeating Available Eugene - Lower Level High Expectations and Collaboration: The Foundation for Innovation During TransitionSeating Available Meadowlark - Third Floor Lessons Learned from Oregon's Peer to Peer Employment ProjectSeating Available Douglas/Fir - Third Floor Maximizing Academic Access, Expectations and Learning: Creating Systems ChangeFilling Belmont - Second Floor Perspectives on Inclusive Education: Themes and Trends of the LiteratureSeating Available Hawthorne - Second Floor Preparing Paraprofessionals to Deliver Evidence-Based Instruction that Improves Student OutcomesFilling Pearl - Second Floor Social Problem Solving: A Bridge from Learned Skills to Application in Real-LifeSeating Available Portland - Lower Level Supported Decision-Making: A Listening SessionSeating Available Salon H - Lower Level Walking the Talk of Presuming CompetenceSeating Available Salon I - Lower Level Work Based Learning Experiences of Students with Intellectual DisabilitySeating Available Sunstone - Third Floor Florida TASH Chapter Meeting Hospitality Suite - Room 1624 Special Education Advocacy – Post Endrew F.Seating Available Mt. Hood - Second Floor The Revolutionary Promise of Self-Determination: Won't Happen - But What If It Does?Seating Available Columbia - First Floor

10:55am PST

Accessible Science: UDL, NGSS, and InclusionFull Laurelhurst - Second Floor Addressing Issues Important to the Lives of People with Disabilities Using the World CafeFilling Sunstone - Third Floor Alternatives to Guardianship: Georgia's Supported Decision-Making ProjectSeating Available Salon H - Lower Level Growth Through Opportunity (GTO) Cadets ProgramSeating Available Salmon - Third Floor How to Talk About Sex: Questions of Adults with IDD About SexualityFilling Portland - Lower Level How to Use Inclusive Post-Secondary Education Programs as a Pathway to EmploymentFilling Douglas/Fir - Third Floor Inclusion in Every Neighborhood: Community Facilitation Differences in Urban, Suburban, and Rural AreasFull Eugene - Lower Level Learning Stories: Strengths-based Assessment that Connects Preschool Teachers and FamiliesSeating Available Belmont - Second Floor Neurodiversity on Campus: Awareness, Acceptance, and Meaningful Support Through PartnershipSeating Available Meadowlark - Third Floor Risk vs Reward: Supporting People to Have Rich Lives in an Unpredictable WorldFilling Salon G - Lower Level Stories from the Journey: Teacher, Parent, and Student Perspectives of a Districtwide Inclusive Education TransformationFilling Pearl - Second Floor The Sparkle Effect: School-based, Intensive, Immersive, inclusive Physical Activity ProgrammingSeating Available Medford - Lower Level Tools for Families: Implementing Endrew F.Seating Available Mt. Hood - Second Floor Using Functional Communication Training to Support Adolescent Inclusion in the High School ClassroomSeating Available Salon I - Lower Level Research and Publications Committee Meeting Hawthorne - Second Floor The Revolutionary Promise of Self-Determination: The Importance of Empirical Data (Really, Data Can Be Fun!)Seating Available Columbia - First Floor

12:00pm PST

1:05pm PST

Adapted Physical Education: Increasing Recreation and Overall Health and WellnessSeating Available Medford - Lower Level Advancing Employment First Strategies for People with Mental Health DisabilitiesSeating Available Salmon - Third Floor Analyzing Individualized Education Program Annual Goals for Students with Significant Support NeedsFull Belmont - Second Floor Be Safe: Teaching Youth How to Interact with PoliceSeating Available Salon H - Lower Level College is Possible: The REACH Program at the College of CharlestonSeating Available Meadowlark - Third Floor Employees with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Job Retention: A Retrospective ReviewSeating Available Douglas/Fir - Third Floor Going Beyond Healthcare: A Unique Approach to Transition PlanningSeating Available Sunstone - Third Floor Help Me! I'm Non-verbal and Need Emergency AssistanceSeating Available Eugene - Lower Level How Access to Communication Has Changed My LifeSeating Available Salon I - Lower Level Inclusion in the United States: Correlations between Key State VariablesFilling Laurelhurst - Second Floor Introducing the Quality Indicators of Inclusive Schools: Access and Equity for ALL StudentsSeating Available Mt. Hood - Second Floor Self-Advocacy Instruction in Postsecondary Education for students with Intellectual and Developmental DisabilitiesSeating Available Portland - Lower Level Stories from One of the First Disabled Children in Public SchoolsFilling Hawthorne - Second Floor Strengths and Social Connections of Siblings with and without DisabilitiesSeating Available Salon G - Lower Level RPSD Associate Editors Meeting Hospitality Suite - Room 1624 The Revolutionary Promise of Self-Determination: Individual Journeys - A Self-Advocate and Family PerspectiveSeating Available Columbia - First Floor An Inclusive Life Starts with an Inclusive Education: Views from School AdministratorsSeating Available Pearl - Second Floor

2:10pm PST

A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words: Amplifying Voices of People with DisabilitiesSeating Available Salon I - Lower Level A Research-to-Practice Collaboration to Improve Postsecondary Outcomes for Young People with DisabilitiesSeating Available Sunstone - Third Floor Autism and Skilled EmploymentSeating Available Douglas/Fir - Third Floor Constructing Competence Through the Art of Culinary ExpressionSeating Available Medford - Lower Level Expert Perspectives on the Inclusion of Students with Extensive Support Needs in SWPBISFilling Salon H - Lower Level Exploring the Use of Live Animation and Virtual Characters (Avatars) to Teach Social Skills to Individuals with DisabilitiesSeating Available Eugene - Lower Level Facilitating Meaningful Transition Through Research Based Quality IndicatorsSeating Available Meadowlark - Third Floor Inclusion on the Move: Inclusive Postsecondary Education in the U.S. and EuropeSeating Available Mt. Hood - Second Floor Instructional Strategies for Self-Care in Health Care at SchoolSeating Available Portland - Lower Level Replicating A Quality Customized Employment Approach: Lessons from Pathways to CareersSeating Available Salmon - Third Floor Research to Practice: Training Pre-Service Educators on Family Partnership Using Simulated IEPsSeating Available Belmont - Second Floor Utilizing Family Talents to Create Inclusive EnvironmentsSeating Available Salon G - Lower Level Who's Training Who? Examining Job-Embedded Paraprofessional Training to Support Social InteractionsSeating Available Laurelhurst - Second Floor Diversity and Cultural Competency Committee Meeting Hospitality Suite - Room 1624 International Chapter Meeting Hawthorne - Second Floor The Revolutionary Promise of Self-Determination: The Future for Self-Determination as Envisioned by Tom NerneySeating Available Columbia - First Floor

3:20pm PST

An Exploration of Text-based Peer Support in Parent to Parent NetworksSeating Available Salon G - Lower Level Botswana International Service Learning Project: Expanding Intercultural Competence and Cross-Cultural Communication SkillsSeating Available Salon I - Lower Level Financial Education to Financial Inclusion: Bridging the Gap between for Persons with DisabilitiesSeating Available Douglas/Fir - Third Floor Guided Group Discovery: Developing Blueprints for Employment Youth and AdultsSeating Available Salmon - Third Floor Including All Citizens Project: Transforming Post-Secondary Inclusive TeachingSeating Available Laurelhurst - Second Floor LifePrep@Naz: A Mentor Program to Promote an Inclusive College CampusSeating Available Meadowlark - Third Floor Peer Supports to Enhance Active and Meaningful Engagement in Inclusive Elementary ClassroomsSeating Available Pearl - Second Floor Positive Behavior Support in Inclusive Settings: A Four-Step Checklist for Addressing Self-InjuryFilling Salon H - Lower Level Self Evaluation as a Tool for Developing and Sustaining Inclusive PracticesSeating Available Mt. Hood - Second Floor The Forgotten Outcome: Leisure and Recreation as a Vital Transition DomainFilling Medford - Lower Level The Role of a Good Support PersonFull Portland - Lower Level Use of Portable Smart Devices In Teaching Functional Skills To Students with Intellectual Disabilities: A Systematic ReviewSeating Available Eugene - Lower Level Using Community Engaged Research to Center Student Voice and Guide Program DevelopmentSeating Available Belmont - Second Floor Using Vocational Card Sorts with Secondary Students with Intellectual DisabilitySeating Available Sunstone - Third Floor Community Living Committee Meeting Hospitality Suite - Room 1624 Early Career Research Network Meeting and Social HourFull Hawthorne - Second Floor School Choice – Implications of Vouchers and Charter Schools for Students with DisabilitiesSeating Available Columbia - First Floor

4:25pm PST

"Who Says It" Often Matters More Than "What Is Said"Seating Available Salon I - Lower Level Current Digital Literacy Curriculum Practices with Students with an Intellectual DisabilitySeating Available Eugene - Lower Level Dealing with Autism, Depression and Trauman in One's Middle AgesSeating Available Salon G - Lower Level Help Wanted: 20.1% of People with Disabilities Make up the Labor Force-Transitioning Internships into Job OpportunitiesSeating Available Salmon - Third Floor Innovation in Teacher Preparation: Outcomes of a Federally Funded Personnel Preparation GrantSeating Available Pearl - Second Floor Literacy Learning Opportunities for Students with Extensive Support Needs in Postsecondary ProgramsSeating Available Sunstone - Third Floor Living on Campus: Approaches to Supporting Students in Inclusive Campus HousingSeating Available Meadowlark - Third Floor Painting an Inclusive WorldFilling Medford - Lower Level Providing Access to Employee Handbooks: Using EBPs to Build Text ComprehensionSeating Available Douglas/Fir - Third Floor Reduce Stress! Feel More Connected and Calm!Seating Available Salon H - Lower Level The State of Inclusion for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities: A Synthesized ReviewSeating Available Mt. Hood - Second Floor Yes! You Can Teach Emotional Regulation Skills and Improve Behavior AND AcademicsFull Belmont - Second Floor TASH Self-Advocacy ForumSeating Available Columbia - First Floor Cal-TASH Chapter Meeting Portland - Lower Level

5:29pm PST

5:30pm PST

Inclusive Education Committee Meeting (New Day/Time) Pearl - Second Floor North Carolina TASH Chapter Meeting Eugene - Lower Level Networking Reception Salon E/F - Lower Level A Collaborative Approach to Successful Early Childhood Inclusion: Access, Participation and Support Salon E - Lower Level A Systematic Literature Review on Self-determination of Children with Disabilities in South Korea and the United States Salon E - Lower Level Addressing Challenging Behavior in Health Care at School Salon E - Lower Level Adults with IDD Empower their Financial Wellbeing: A Transformative Mixed methods proposal Salon E - Lower Level An Innovative Solution to Spelling for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders Salon E - Lower Level An Innovative Solution: Integrating Service-Learning into an Introduction to Exceptionalities Course Salon E - Lower Level Ask Yourself: A Preliminary Study of a Self-Questioning Strategy Salon E - Lower Level Be Creative: Use Technology to Empower All Students Salon E - Lower Level Changing Attitudes: What Medical Students Can Learn From Self Advocates with ID Salon E - Lower Level Classes and Activities Where High School Students with Severe Disabilities are Included Salon E - Lower Level Come to Life: Prioritizing What Really Matters Salon E - Lower Level Connected or Isolated? A Pilot Study Examining the Social Networks of Special Education and General Education Teachers Salon E - Lower Level Creating an Inclusive Writing Workshop in Your Classroom or School Salon E - Lower Level Cultural and Linguistic Competency Salon E - Lower Level Does Parental Knowledge about the Transition Process: Agency Usage and Transition Outcomes? Salon E - Lower Level Examining Factors Related to Student Attendance and Participation during IEP Meetings Salon E - Lower Level Families and Educational Policies: Examining the Letter and Intent of the Law Salon E - Lower Level Family Perspectives on Engaging with Adult Support Agencies Salon E - Lower Level General Educators in Inclusive Interventions for Students with Intellectual and Developmental Disorders Salon E - Lower Level Inclusive Education in Rural Schools Salon E - Lower Level Inclusive Higher Education for Students with Intellectual Disability: Recent National Data Salon E - Lower Level Inclusive STEM practices in Special Education: Experimental Studies in Robotics for Students with ASD Salon E - Lower Level Integrated Service Delivery Focus: Special Education and Adapted Physical Education Salon E - Lower Level Korean American Parents' Perceptions of Transition Experiences for Their Children with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities Salon E - Lower Level Making Free Time More of a Choice - A Study of Social Networks for Post-High Students Salon E - Lower Level Nutrition Education in Schools for Children with Significant Disabilities: Implications for Inclusion Salon E - Lower Level Overcoming Opportunity Barriers in Inclusive Educational Environments: A Synthesis of the Research Salon E - Lower Level Person Centered Assistive Technology and Inclusion: Beliefs, Considerations, and Futures Salon E - Lower Level Preparing High School Students with Disabilities for College Salon E - Lower Level Programs in Evolution: The InclusiveU Initiative at Syracuse University Salon E - Lower Level Representations of Autonomy After Brain Injury Salon E - Lower Level Supporting Students with Moderate and Severe Disabilities in the Inclusive Math Classroom Salon E/F - Lower Level Taking your Service Dog to College: Academic, Residential, and Social Considerations Salon E - Lower Level Teacher Perceptions of Culturally Responsive Practices for Diverse Students with Dis/abilities Salon E - Lower Level Teaching Students with Developmental Disabilities to Sequence Academic Content Using Technology Salon E - Lower Level The Bestsellers List: Scripted Stories (and other Visuals) for All Occasions Salon E - Lower Level The Importance of Housing Opportunity Salon E - Lower Level The Training Experiences of AAC Professionals Salon E - Lower Level The Transition to Parenthood: Down Syndrome, Mood Disorders and Social Media Salon E - Lower Level TIES Center: The National Technical Assistance Center on Inclusive Practices and Policies Salon E - Lower Level Trends in the Educational Placement of Students with Intellectual Disabilities Salon E - Lower Level

5:45pm PST

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7:30pm PST

 


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