Monthly Archive for: ‘June, 2013’

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Desi’s Desk: Desperately Seeking Accountability, Quality Care, and Loving Home Environments

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I can’t believe that I am reading about another case of severe neglect and abuse leading to the death of […]

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Video: JaLynn Prince Delivers Hopeful Message at WFMA Benefit Concert

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Please watch as JaLynn Prince, president and co-founder of Madison House Autism Foundation, delivers a message of hope, awareness, and […]

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Desi’s Desk: Tragedy Shines Light on Policy Matters

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Alex Spourdalakis, an autistic teen with very high support needs, was tragically murdered by his mother and godmother who attempted […]

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Desi’s Desk: Bringing the Autism Community Together…Over Breakfast!

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Wouldn’t it be nice if you knew all of the faces, voices, and projects of the local service providers in […]

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Roundtable Develops Action Plan for Addressing Housing Demand

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Last month, 25 experts from across the country joined a roundtable discussion on “A Spectrum of Possibilities: Decreasing Barriers and Increasing […]

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MHAF Comments on National Council on Disability’s Recommendations

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June 4, 2013 The Honorable Shaun Donovan Secretary Department of Housing and Urban Development 451 Seventh Street, SW Washington DC […]

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CharityBuzz Auction: An Afternoon of Songwriting with Ali Tamposi and James Valentine

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Ali Tamposi, co-writer of the #1 Billboard hit song “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” performed by Kelly Clarkson, is donating […]

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An Evening of Art and Folk Music Raises Autism Awareness Through Storytelling

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Folk music fans had a rare opportunity to experience legendary folk musicians while supporting Madison House Autism Foundation at a […]

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The Arts for Autism: Meet the Artists

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On June 1, sixteen artists on the autism spectrum showcased their work at the World Folk Music Association Festival in […]

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Clarence E. Schutt, Ph.D.: Reflections on Fatherhood, Autism, and Hope

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Insights on being a father of a son with autism from Clarence E. Schutt, professor, research scientist, philanthropist, and parent. […]

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