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Autism Gurus | Dena Gassner: You Are Not a Failure for Utilizing Public Supports

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Dena Gassner is a powerhouse. Not only does she serve on the national board for The Arc US, she is […]

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VIDEO | Inside Autism: Facing the Challenges of Air Travel

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Inside Autism – Madison House Autism Foundation recently partnered with American Airlines and The Arc of Northern Virginia to hold a “Wings for […]

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Adults with Autism Need You This Giving Tuesday

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Dear friends, On this Giving Tuesday, we ask that you keep millions of autistic adults in your hearts and Madison […]

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Public Assistance

Public Assistance: A Lifeline for People with Special Needs

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When you notice a cute little girl with Down Syndrome in Target or a young man on the autism spectrum […]

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Rainbow Acres

MHAF Featured Artist | Lori Linderman: Painting Her Heart Out at Rainbow Acres

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Lori Linderman’s love of creating art began as a young child. She recalls memories of her early school years and […]

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You Aut to Know: Misconceptions About Autism and Empathy

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Feelings: This, in layman’s terms, describes empathy. More specifically, empathy involves the feelings that we have for others; that is, […]

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Wings for All

“Wings for All” Promotes Stress-Free Flying for People with Disabilities

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On Saturday, November 5th, Madison House Autism Foundation partnered with American Airlines and The Arc of Northern Virginia to hold a “Wings […]

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Ron Sandison

Autism Gurus | Ron Sandison Inspires Hope in Faith Communities

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When Ron Sandison was born, his development was normal. But at eighteen months old, he began to regress at a rapid […]

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The Arts

Letter from the Executive Director: Building Connections Through the Arts

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Friends, For most of us, the coming of age milestone of the 21st birthday is a time of optimism and […]

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Talking About Disabilities

Words Matter: The Dos and Don’ts When Talking About Disabilities

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Words matter. They help us understand each other and the things around us. Sometimes well-intentioned people do not know how […]

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