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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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Luke's Best Chance

Rolling Stone Exposé, “Luke’s Best Chance,” Highlights MHAF’s Housing Program

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In “Luke’s Best Chance: One Man’s Fight for His Autistic Son,” Pulitzer Prize-winner and father, Paul Solotaroff, explores the national […]

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Apps for Adults with Autism

User-Friendly Apps for Adults with Autism

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Technology is a huge part of everyday life, and for adults on the spectrum, it can be a great asset […]

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Big train baseball

Bethesda Big Train Baseball Joins MHAF to Spread Awareness of Autism in Adults

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Madison House Autism Foundation is honored to have been selected as the nonprofit of the night at “Orioles Night” at […]

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Accessory Units

MHAF Guest Author, Catherine Boyle: Putting Accessory Units in Reach for Families

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We are honored to feature the following article on accessory units by guest author, Catherine Boyle (pictured above). Boyle is the […]

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Person-centered planning

Person-Centered Planning: What is it, and why does it matter?

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Person-centered planning is more than just a buzzword, it is a system shift that puts the desires and life goals […]

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autism awareness

MHAF Featured Artist | Benjamin Rosloff: Raising Global Autism Awareness Through Film

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Benjamin Rosloff, Filmmaker and Disability Rights Advocate Born and raised in NY, Benjamin Rosloff is the middle of three brothers. […]

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Clay Christensen

An Afternoon with Clay Christensen

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Nearly one in three children will be diagnosed with autism. When they turn 21, school and government services come to […]

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