|Positive Behavior Support Award|
This award is presented to an individual who has made significant positive contributions to promoting and developing positive behavior supports in lieu of aversive and coercive strategies for persons with severe disabilities. The focus of the award may be presented for a lifelong body of work or for work performed over a short period of time that had a significant positive impact on the lives of persons with severe disabilities and their families. Recipients may include special educators, family members, researchers, self advocates, trainers, staff members, policy people, administrators, lawyers, professors, or legislators.
Rules & ConditionsTASH will only accept complete forms. Please review the entire application form before you start filling it out. Incomplete forms cannot be saved. We recommend having your content completed offline prior to submitting it. If you have any additional information needed for submission, please contact Bethany Alvare at (202) 540-8014 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.