Anyone can call TASK for information or assistance. All calls are confidential. All services are Free. We serve Tazewell County and all southwest Virginia counties. We help families and professionals find information to assist with ANY disability-related issue, including:
Education: Information about the special education process, evaluations, & IEP's
Advocacy: Assistance in preparing for meetings
Referrals: Help in finding mental health, Intellectual disability and in-home services
More Services for Families:
Negotiate the education and service system maze
Effectively communicate children's needs (from birth to age 22)
Develop self-advocacy and self-determination in children and youth
Organize information so that overwhelming problems become manageable
Manage emotions for their child's benefit and talk so others will listen
Learn the difference between effective advocacy and being adversarial
Experience and enjoy the power of partnerships and successful collaboration
Workshops on IEP's, Goals & Objectives, and Communicating w/Schools, Behaviors, and More ... (Follow TASK on Facebook for Details)
Juvenile Justice Advocacy
Local and State-Wide Advocacy on Disability Issues
2018 Tazewell County Disability, Education & Health Expo Was a huge success!
We're planning the 4th Annual Tazewell County Community Expo. This year's event was BIGGER and BETTER than ever! Free flu shots, interactive booths from agencies that service families and children. Door prizes, refreshments, children's activities, live entertainments, and much more!
For more info call TASK at 276-979-0408.
If you want to be involved next year, call us!
Special Education Workshop Series
Student Center - beside Tazewell County Career & Tech Center
All materials and refreshments FREE. Anyone interested welcome!
Please register by calling TASK
Ideas? Call us!
Call TASK 276-979-0408 or email
TASK Summer Enrichment Program
The 2018 TASK Summer Enrichment Program was held at Tazewell Elementary School in June. This was the 35th year of collaboration with Tazewell County Public Schools. Special Needs students ages 4-21 in Tazewell County Public Schools had a great time attending a variety of educational and recreational programs. With a grants from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation, Autism Speaks and the Speedway Children's Charities, teachers provided social skills training, and specialized reading instruction designed to help struggling readers. Students from Bluefield College were a great asset this year. We enjoyed the programs provided by Tazewell Public Library, Nikki Grepiotis' children's yoga, and the Tazewell Sheriff's Department.