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Inclusive Practices

Inclusive Practices

Published in Association with TASH

Editor
Andrea Ruppar University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Jennifer A. Kurth University of Kansas, USA


eISSN: 27324745 | ISSN: 27324745 Frequency: Quarterly
Inclusive Practices is a quarterly online journal published by TASH that addresses research-to-practice considerations relating to or relevant for persons with significant support needs across the lifespan. Inclusive Practices publishes articles that provide tips and strategies for practitioners, families, and self-advocates; current issues; and insights from practitioners, families, and self-advocates. Generally, each issue of Inclusive Practices will include four feature articles, one Leading Edge article, and one Perspective article.

Inclusive Practices is a practitioner-focused, research-to-practice journal designed to advance the TASH mission of equity, opportunity, and inclusion, for people with significant support needs. Significant support needs refers to 1-2% of people with extensive and pervasive support needs across domains. Historically, this group has been characterized as having “severe” disabilities. Articles in Inclusive Practices should target research-based strategies and how they may translate into practice. Topics must be of importance to practitioners working in the field of significant support needs (e.g., inclusion in the community, inclusive education, competitive integrated employment, self-advocacy, policy, integrated community living, diversity, human rights).

Editors
Andrea Ruppar University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Jennifer A. Kurth University of Kansas, USA
Editorial Board
Heather Allcock Providence College, USA
Natalie Andzik Northern Illinois University, USA
Lindsay Athamanah University of Missouri - St. Louis, USA
Elizabeth Biggs Vanderbilt University, USA
Jessica Bowman University of Minnesota, USA
Jennifer Bumble University of Missouri - St. Louis, USA
Meghan Burke University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Mina Chun University of Lynchburg, USA
Yun-Ching Chung Illinois State University, USA
Karen H. Douglas Radford University, USA
Charles E. Dukes Florida Atlantic University, USA
Anjali Forber-Pratt Vanderbilt University, USA
Grace L. Francis George Mason University, USA
Carli Friedman The Council on Quality and Leadership, USA
Kathleen Gee California State University, Sacramento
Jean Gonsier-Gerdin California State University, Sacramento
Amy Hanreddy California State University, Northridge
Bree Jimenez University of Texas-Arlington, USA
Michael Kendrick Michael Kendrick Consulting
Sunyoung Kim University of Illinois, Chicago, USA
Sheldon L Loman Portland State University, USA
Richard Luecking University of Maryland, USA
Helen McCabe Daemen College, USA
Meaghan McCollow California State University, East Bay, USA
Amanda Lynn Miller Wayne State University, USA
LaQuita Spivey Montgomery LS Montgomery & Associates, Inc
Amy Olson Winona State University, USA
Sheida Raley University of Kansas, USA
Carly Roberts University of Washington, USA
Jenny Root Florida State University, USA
Zach Rossetti Boston University, USA
John Schaefer Cleveland State University, USA
Sami Toews California State University, Northridge, USA
Virginia Walker University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA
Kendra Williams-Diehm University of Oklahoma, USA
Jean Winsor University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA
Alison Zagona University of Kansas, USA