Monthly Archive for: ‘August, 2016’

Tiny Homes

5 Reasons Why Autistic Adults Should Consider Tiny Homes

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Tiny home skeptics are asking, “Who would ever want to live in a 350 square-foot space?” As evidenced by the […]

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Autism and Stress

Autism and Stress: Simple Practices That Promote Health and Happiness

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As many of you are aware, adults with autism and their families often feel as though they are on the […]

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Helping Adults With Autism

MHAF Video | American Airlines: A Business Dedicated to Helping Adults With Autism

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Last year, American Airlines joined Madison House Autism Foundation’s efforts to address the needs of adults with autism. As a […]

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IACC Meeting

IACC Meeting: McBride Pushes for Federal Action to Help Adults with Autism

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The Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC) is a Federal advisory committee that coordinates all efforts within the Department of Health […]

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visual videos

Everyone Stims: 7 Gorgeous Visual Videos to Share

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According to the Autism Research Institute, self-stimulatory behavior or “stimming” refers to repetitive body movements or repetitive movement of objects. Some […]

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Brick art

MHAF Featured Artist | Aaron Bercovich: Building a Small Business Through Brick Art

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Aaron is a young entrepreneur based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada who happens to have autism. His passion is building Lego […]

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Eunice Kennedy Shriver

The Special Olympics and Eunice Kennedy Shriver’s Legacy

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Eunice Kennedy Shriver is a name many associate with the late John F. Kennedy. However, alongside her role as the […]

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employee spotlight

Employee Spotlight | Adam “AJ” Jones: Thinking Out-Loud

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Adam Jones has been riding and working with horses for 12 years. As a graduate of Meredith Manor International Equestrian College, one […]

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Autism Speaks

In Memoriam: Suzanne Wright, Founder of Autism Speaks

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We are saddened to learn of the death of Suzanne Wright, Founder of Autism Speaks. Suzanne and her husband, Bob Wright, […]

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