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TASH: 40 Years of Progressive Leadership

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For 40 years, TASH has advocated for human rights and inclusion for people with significant disabilities and support needs – those most vulnerable to segregation, abuse, neglect and institutionalization. In celebration of this major accomplishment and in anticipation of a bright future, TASH members have published a 40th Anniversary commemorative book, TASH: 40 Years of Progressive Leadership.

Table of Contents

In Appreciation

Madeline Will

Honoring and Celebrating

Chapter I: The Essence of TASH

David L. Westling and Barbara Trader

Staff Reflection

Liz Lindley

Chapter 2: TASH: How It Started and Why It Must Endure

Kathy Gee with TASH founders Norris Haring, Lou Brown, and Wayne Sailor

Parent Reflection

Bill Smith

Chapter 3: Cal-TASH Keynote Speech, March 6 2015

Arlene Mayerson

Chapter 4: TASH in the Courts: A History of Strong Legal Advocacy and Courage

Barbara Ransom

Chapter 5: TASH Engages the Courts: The Contribution of Expert Witnesses

Judith Gran

Chapter 6: Research and Values: An Inextricable Relationship

Martin Agran, Fred Spooner, and Fredda Brown

Chapter 7: Achieving an International Perspective

Lewis Jackson, Julia M. White, and Diane Lea Ryndak

Chapter 8: What More is Possible? TASH's Contribution to Person-Centered Work

John O'Brien

Chapter 9: Sharing the Voices of People We Support

Kirk Hinkelman and Scott Shepard with Yolanda Johnson, Sharron Bray, Nick Baltins, Joy Boe, Jose Perez, and Toby Bazan

Parent and Self-Advocate Reflection: Thank You for My Impossible Dream

Nate Trainor and Jean Trainor

Chapter 10: Changing the Place and Perception: From Institution to Community Inclusion

Michael L. Wehmeyer

Chapter 11: Achieving Equity and Belonging: From Segregated to Inclusive Education

John McDonnell, Pam Hunt, and Matt Jameson

Parent Reflection

Beverly Fields

Chapter 12: We Must Evolve: Challenges in the 21st Century

Ralph Edwards, Wayne Sailor, and Lou Brown

In Memoriam

Thanks to the Journal Editors