2017 TASP Conference
About This Conference
The Association for Successful Parenting (TASP) invites you to the 2017 Conference “Turning the Tide: Improving Policies and Practices Related to Parents with Cognitive Limitations”, September 25-26th, 2017. TASP conferences are held every two years to provide continuing education to healthcare professionals in mental health. Emerging topics and issues are presented alongside evidence-based interventions and future innovations in mental health. Since we last met, considerable change has been underfoot. Policy is changing, practitioners are changing practice, and parents continue to be strong role models.
Proposals for this conference are solicited through an open Call for Proposals and will be accepted through April 30th, 2017. While the conference spans two days, please note that all breakout sessions will be on September 25th, 2017.
- Call for Proposals
Call for Proposals
|8:00- 8:30 Breakfast||8:00- 8:35 Breakfast|
|8:35- 8:45 WELCOME||8:35-8:45 WELCOME|
|8:45-9:45 Keynote: Susan Parish||8:45-9:45 Keynote|
|9:45-9:55 Break||9:45-10:00 Break|
|9:55-10:55 Breakout Sessions||10:00- 10:30 Annual Meeting|
|10:55- 11:05 Break||10:30- 11:30 Parent Panel|
|11:05- 12:05 Breakout Sessions||11:30- 12:30 LUNCH on your own|
|12:05- 1:05 LUNCH||12:30- 1:30 Keynote – Nicole Brisson|
|1:05- 2:05 Breakout Sessions||1:30- 1:45 Break|
|2:05- 3:05 Breakout Sessions||1:45- 3:00 Research Panel, International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
|3:05- 3:20 Break||3:00- 3:45 Program Highlights of D.C. Project|
|3:20- 4:20 Breakout Sessions||3:45 Evaluations and Adjourn|
|4:30- 6:00 Reception|
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Minneapolis, MN 5541
Registration will open in June. Please check back.
Professional Track Fee: $190.00
Parent Track Fee: $125.00
We want to thank our sponsors for the 2017 “Turning the Tide” Conference. Thank you to the University of Minnesota School of Social work, the University of Minnesota Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND), and the Minnesota Department of Human Services Disability Division for your generous sponsorship.