Monthly Archive for: ‘January, 2016’

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Down Home Ranch: A Place Where People of All Abilities Can Be Ranchers

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Driving through rural Texas, I didn’t know what to expect from a “farmstead.” There are mixed opinions in the autism […]

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MHAF Featured Artist

MHAF Featured Artist | Jennifer West: Crafting Anatomical Masterpieces Through Textiles

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Jennifer West, Artist and Entrepreneur Born and raised in Dallas, TX, visual artist and entrepreneur Jennifer West attended J.J. Pearce High School […]

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Public Comments at IACC Highlight Autism in Adulthood: Abuse Cases, Lack of Supports, and Inadequate Research

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On January 12, 2016, Desiree Kameka, Director of Community Education & Advocacy at Madison House Autism Foundation, delivered a public comments […]

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New Year's Goals

Complicated New Year’s Goals: 21 On and Off the Spectrum

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When I volunteered to write this blog post, I was given the suggestion to write about hopes I have in […]

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2017 Eddie T. and Dicky V. Memorial Golf Tournament: Benefiting Special Needs Housing at Madison Fields

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Save the date: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2017 EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION UNTIL JULY 15TH!   The Eddie T. and Dicky V. […]

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Nationwide Autism Initiative: A First Step and Challenge to Presidential Candidates

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I am heartened that today a presidential candidate has finally stepped forward to help address autism.  As Founder and President […]

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Novel Situations: A Huge Stressor for Adults with Autism

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A novel situation is a scenario that’s unique and unexpected.  If there’s an event that you either don’t recognize or […]

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