Monthly Archive for: ‘June, 2014’

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A Letter from Madison’s Dad

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Dear Friends:   As a scientist and researcher, I look at our progress in understanding autism with optimism.  And with […]

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Nelson Kraft and a Song That Took Two Years to Write

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Madison House Autism Foundation had the pleasure of speaking with Nelson Kraft, singer and songwriter of the song “Windows in […]

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Summer Fun: A Recipe for Sensory Overload?

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Ahh, summer. Sipping cool lemonade by the pool – your favorite book in-hand. The smoky aroma of family barbeques and […]

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Would You Let Policymakers Choose Your Home?

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With already so few opportunities and scarce funding available to adults on the autism spectrum, why would policymakers create even […]

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A Pathway, Not a Prison: Jon Stewart Talks to Ron Suskind About Autism, Disney, and His Son

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Ron Suskind, the Pulitzer Prize winning author of Life, Animated, appeared on “The Daily Show” to talk about autism with […]

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