Monthly Archive for: ‘July, 2015’

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McBride Named Executive Director of Madison House Autism Foundation

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In recognition of outstanding leadership and progress in helping Madison House Autism Foundation (MHAF) expand its impact nationally and locally, Adrienne McBride has […]

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Featured Artist | Kevin Kopsco: Autistic Composer, Musician, and Student at The Boston Conservatory

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Kevin Kopsco is a 27-year-old autistic musician and student at The Boston Conservatory who has been playing music for 20 […]

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Measuring the Impact of Equine Therapy on Autistic Adults

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Equine therapy is a new and somewhat controversial area of research that is only recently being popularized. Yet studies on […]

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For Drew, the end of school probably means living with our parents, and if all goes well, having a job to work at every day. His dream job, as far as we can tell, is to work at Home Depot because Home Depot has extensive ceiling fan and light fixture sections. But everything is uncertain.

The Real World: 21 On and Off the Autism Spectrum

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A sister’s reflection on her 19-year-old brother’s uncertain future This isn’t news, my family has been aware of this for years, but […]

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How to Improve Employment for Those with Disabilities: Flexible Policy, Research, and Choices

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In many states, policy is changing in an effort to improve life options for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD). Indeed, […]

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