Atlanta, GA – This month, TASH: Equity, Opportunity and Inclusion for People with Disabilities Since 1975 - announced the recipient of the Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports Award went to Daniel Crimmins, PhD, Director of the Center for Leadership in Disability at Georgia State University.
This award acknowledges Dr. Crimmins' significant and extraordinary contributions to promoting and developing positive behavior supports in lieu of aversive and coercive strategies for persons with severe disabilities. TASH is so grateful to for the commitment and tenacity to this critically important work!
This year, the award will be presented virtually as part of the TASH Annual Conference Awards Ceremony, scheduled for December 8th from 5:30-7:00 pm ET.
Michael Brogioli, Executive Director of TASH, had this to say: "I want to personally congratulate you for your dedication and hard work. The field is fortunate to have your leadership and dedication, and we appreciate your relentless commitment to supporting individuals with disabilities".