14th Annual Inclusive Practices Institute - Phoenix, AZ

Friday, February 2, 2018
8:00 am – 4:30 pm MST

Join Arizona TASH for an exciting, packed day of information and learning around creating inclusive communities for people with diverse abilities. This is a great conference for school personnel, family members, community member, self-advocates, and youth. Here is a preview of some of the topics we will be covering:

Legal Strand

  • Behavior Management: What Schools/Parents/Teachers Need to Know to Address Behavioral Needs in Inclusive Settings Under the IDEA
  • Parts of an IEP
  • Bullying in Schools: Legal Issues & Practical Strategies
  • Ask an Attorney: Q & A Panel of Attorneys on Special Education Issues

INclusive Schooling and Curriculum Accommodations

  • Developing an Inclusive School
  • Social Accommodations
  • Assistive Technology
  • Early Childhood reforms to make preschool more inclusive statewide
  • Arizona's Alternate Assessment
  • Math Accommodations Across All Grade Levels


  • A full day interactive, inclusive training for middle school and high school youth to grow as leaders and advocates of self and others.
  • TASH YOUth Day is a day of doing activities, being creative, and learning. There will be activity stations, snacks, and opportunities that will make this a day to remember and give YOU the “in” on inclusion.
  • Students have an opportunity to interact and learn from other teens around the state in a safe and positive environment.
  • They will acquire knowledge that they can take into their communities.
  • Students will form relationships with each other to better understand acceptance of all abilities and differences.
  • Students will also learn about TASH and the TASH mission and how they can contribute to future generations.

For more information and to register please visit: AZ TASH