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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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Friday, November 30
 

7:00am

7:30am

8:00am

8:29am

8:30am

A Matched Comparison Study of Students in Inclusive vs Segregated Settings Pearl - Second FloorFilling Assuring Autonomy - Taking Affirmative Steps to Assure Autonomy by Avoiding Guardianship Medford - Lower LevelSeating Available Beyond Tokenism: How can your Organization include People with Developmental Disabilities on Boards, Councils and Committees? Salon I - Lower LevelSeating Available Canceled: Supporting Students with Autism Using Strategy Instruction Meadowlark - Third FloorSeating Available Creating a Low/No Cost Inclusive Transition Program on a College Campus Mt. Hood - Second FloorSeating Available Friends Matter! A Multi-method Study of Social Opportunities in an Inclusive District Columbia - First FloorSeating Available Inclusive Education in Saudi Arabia and the US: A Comparison and Reflection Hawthorne - Second FloorSeating Available Inclusive Strategy for Teaching Sight Words Promoting Reading for Individuals with Disabilities Belmont - Second FloorSeating Available PATH as a Tool to Develop Quality of Life Educational Outcomes for Students with Complex Needs Laurelhurst - Second FloorSeating Available Portrait of Competence-The Intersection of Employment and Person Centered Planning Salmon - Third FloorFilling Putting the "Inclusive" in "Inclusive Higher Education" Douglas/Fir - Third FloorSeating Available Supplementary Aids and Services: Patterns and Implications for Inclusive Education Sunstone - Third FloorSeating Available The Impact of a Study Abroad Experience for Professionals and Graduate Students who Work with Low Incidence Populations Salon G - Lower LevelSeating Available What is Student's Role in Determining Positive Behavior Intervention Supports Plans? Salon H - Lower LevelSeating Available

9:35am

"I have a disability but it doesn't have me." Portland - Lower LevelFilling A Day in the Life of an Inclusion Facilitator and Other Practical Strategies for Successful Inclusive Practices Columbia - First FloorSeating Available Better Together! Fostering Collaboration and Mutual Participation among Students with Significant Disabilities and Their Classmates Belmont - Second FloorSeating Available Creating the Change We Need: Leadership Training for Self-Advocates Salon I - Lower LevelSeating Available Disability and Leadership Through the Lifespan Eugene - Lower LevelSeating Available Disability Informed Practice: Transforming Inclusive Learning Environments Laurelhurst - Second FloorSeating Available Facilitating Engagement in Inclusive Classrooms for Students with Extensive Support Needs Pearl - Second FloorSeating Available From Barn to Yarn: Becca's Journey to a Meaningful Life through Microenterprise Salmon - Third FloorSeating Available Getting Published in Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities (RPSD) Mt. Hood - Second FloorSeating Available Impact of Interventions to Promote Self-Determination in the Transition to Integrated Employment for Adolescents with Intellectual Disability Douglas/Fir - Third FloorSeating Available Increasing Teacher Competence in Response Prompting Procedures by Using Behavioral Skills Training Sunstone - Third FloorSeating Available Parent Leadership and Civic Engagement: Suggestions for the Next IDEA Reauthorization Meadowlark - Third FloorSeating Available Practice Guides for Universally Designing School-wide Positive Behavior Supports to Promote Inclusion Salon H - Lower LevelSeating Available Time Well Spent Together: Person-Centered Planning and Gatekeeper Training for Suicide Prevention Medford - Lower LevelSeating Available Views of Advocacy and Support: Parent Perspectives in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Families Salon G - Lower LevelSeating Available Communications Working Group Meeting Hospitality Suite - Room 1624 Illinois TASH Chapter Meeting Hawthorne - Second Floor

10:45am

11:50am

1:09pm

1:10pm

A New Vision for People with Developmental Disabilities Eugene - Lower LevelSeating Available An Analysis of Placement Decisions for Students with Extensive Support Needs Pearl - Second FloorSeating Available Calm at the Center- Mindfulness Practice for Those Caring for Others Medford - Lower LevelFilling Characteristics of Secondary Age Students Who Participate in School Sponsored Extracurricular Activities Salmon - Third FloorSeating Available Comparing Instructional Strategies Teaching Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities Time Management Skills Douglas/Fir - Third FloorSeating Available Embedding Manual Language into Literacy Instruction for Students with Autism Meadowlark - Third FloorSeating Available Factors that Influence Parent Satisfaction of Partnership for Students who are Deafblind Salon G - Lower LevelSeating Available GirlTalk: Crossing Boundaries Through Sex Education with Young Women with Intellectual Disabilities Portland - Lower LevelSeating Available Improving Academic Outcomes for All Students Laurelhurst - Second FloorSeating Available In Response: Sibling Experiences Lead to Innovative Solutions Salon I - Lower LevelSeating Available Looking Beyond Entry Level Jobs: A New Model of Transition for the 21st Century Belmont - Second FloorFilling Smooth Talkers: An Innovative Social Group for Young AAC Users and their Families Salon H - Lower LevelSeating Available Social Skills Interventions in Natural Setting: What We Know Sunstone - Third FloorSeating Available The Difference Inclusion Makes for Transition-Aged Youth with Severe Disabilities Columbia - First FloorSeating Available You Can't Include Me, I'm Already IN! and Joining the Marching Band Hawthorne - Second FloorSeating Available Everyone's Invited - Inclusion in Out of School Time Programs Mt. Hood - Second Floor Inclusion and the Expectations Gap Mt. Hood - Second Floor Intersection: Emotions, Behavior, and Learning Mt. Hood - Second Floor Leveraging the Power of Peers: Transition and University Students as Innovators Mt. Hood - Second Floor Living Disability, Teaching Inclusion: Educator as Advocate for Self and All Mt. Hood - Second Floor My Life Growing Up Mt. Hood - Second Floor Never Give Up Mt. Hood - Second Floor Overcoming Depression: From Ashamed to Accepted to Appreciated Mt. Hood - Second Floor Preparing Special Education Teachers to Work with Low-Incidence Populations Mt. Hood - Second Floor Speaking Out About Abuse When You Can't Find the Words Mt. Hood - Second Floor Student Voice Participation among Autistic Students with Complex Communication Needs Mt. Hood - Second Floor The Places I Have Rolled: Self-Advocacy in the Modern World Mt. Hood - Second Floor

2:15pm

3:20pm

4:20pm

 


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