Each year, TASH honors those whose contributions have advanced equity, opportunity and inclusion for people with disabilities, and whose actions set a high standard for human rights every day. TASH would like to extend a huge thank you to this year’s award winners. Your hard work and dedication makes a difference! Alice H. Hayden Emerging
Energy billowed about the ballroom as the 2014 TASH Conference kicked off with the passing of the ABLE Act in the House on December, 3rd. Washington, DC Mayor Vincent Gray also welcomed the crowd with a stimulating speech on equity and human rights. Larger than ever, this year’s meeting hosted Town Halls, TASH Talks, poster
Every year we have over 50 of our members and like-minded colleagues, advocates, and families present at our poster sessions. The poster sessions are always well attended and one of the best features of the conference. This year we decided to award the work represented on the posters since it reflects the mission and vision
With over 400 sessions offered at this year’s conference, we’re trying our best to prepare you for your conference experience. TASH continues its tradition of offering a broad range of conference sessions. In addition to our tradition, we’ve added TASH Talks, Town Halls, and even Capitol Hill Day to this year’s conference program. In order
You ask and we shall tell! Below you can find links to flyers that highlight hot topics to be featured at this year’s conference. Click on the flyer(s) that most closely relate(s) to you and learn why you should attend this year’s conference! Researchers Educators Parents Self-Advocates Supported Living Integrated Employment
Registration for the 2014 TASH Conference is now open. Please see below for registration details. Early Bird Registration: Ends October 1 Regular Registration: October 2 through December 3 Late Registration: December 4 through Onsite To register online, Click Here. Paper registration will be available soon.