Monthly Archive for: ‘March, 2016’

Living Independently

You Aut to Know | On My Own: Living Independently with Autism

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“On my own”: Those three simple words, create a phrase filled with a lot of excitement and uncertainty. It’s a […]

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Letter from Our Executive Director

Letter from Our Executive Director: March 2016

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Dear Friends, As we approach Autism Awareness and Acceptance Month this April, I’d like to share with you how Madison […]

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Autism Housing Network

The Autism Housing Network: The Big Unveiling

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All of us in the autism community know that securing appropriate housing and ensuring support over one’s lifetime are major […]

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Neurodiverse Cohousing

Neurodiverse Cohousing: What is it, and why does it matter?

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AN OVERVIEW OF COHOUSING When I give presentations or consult for emerging housing options, I often hear that individuals with […]

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Mahlia Amatina

MHAF Featured Artist | Mahlia Amatina: The Abstract Colourist Painter

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Mahlia Amatina, Painter Escapade Mahlia Amatina, the Abstract Colourist, is a visionary artist on the autism spectrum with an international […]

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Autism and Sleep

You Aut to Know: Autism and Sleep Troubles

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Ever have trouble falling asleep? Autism and sleep challenges often go hand-in-hand. Reaching adulthood has many implications for individuals with […]

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Enabling Entrepreneurship for Artists with Autism

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A former intern who later joined our staff was selected to be a Creative Community Fellow in conjunction with the […]

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Students with autism

Helping Students With Autism Thrive: The College Application Process

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Beginning my internship here at Madison House, I knew about the special education side of Autism Spectrum Disorder but wanted […]

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