Bill Rosenberg Memorial Award is given to a person who shows leadership in promoting the inclusion of persons with severe disabilities in employment, community, and/or home environments.
2019: Jeffrey Strully
2018: Andy & Dana Faletti
2017: Beth Gallagher
June Downing Memorial Outstanding Educator Award is given to an educator who demonstrates leadership in promoting and facilitating inclusive options for students with severe disabilities (preschool age through 22 years) in collaboration with families, general and special educators, support staff, and other members of the education team.
2019: Raymond Guron
2018: Sally Delyser
2017: Megan Gross
Robert Gaylord-Ross Memorial Award is given to an outstanding scholar, involved in conducting and disseminating research and in providing teacher training at the university level, in the area of services and support for individuals with severe disabilities.
2019: Janice Myck-Wayne
Mary Falvey Outstanding Young Person Award is given to a young person (under 21 years of age) who shows the values of Cal-TASH through his/her service or participation in activities promoting inclusion for all people.
2019: Dan Rosien
2018: Olivia Adams-Falconer
2017: Eli Cooper
Diane J. Lipton Memorial Award is given to an individual who has shown outstanding commitment and effort in systems level advocacy to promote policy that upholds the rights of individuals with disabilities, particularly children and youth, in inclusive schools and communities.
2019: Don Cardinal
2018: Barbara Ransom
Positive Images in the Media Award is given to presentations in print, film, or other forms of media that contribute to the elimination of stereotypes by portraying people with disabilities and their lives accurately with recognition of the complexities of being human.
2018: DJ Savarese for Deej
2017: Scott Silveri for Speechless