All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘autism housing’

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You Can Speak Up for Special Needs Housing Just Like This Father

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My name is Alex Gargarita. I’m not a professional lobbyist or policy wonk – just an autism parent and advocate […]

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Challenges and Victories For Rident Park, An Emerging Community for Adults with Special Needs

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Have you ever thought about building your own supported living community for adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DDs)? Maybe you’ve considered […]

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“Who Moves?” Part II: Housing Terms Breed Confusion in the Disability Community

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This article is Part II of a series. Please see Who Moves? Part I for background discussion leading to this […]

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The Autism Housing Network: What Our Friends Are Saying

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It’s been a little over a month since the re-launch of the Autism Housing Network (AHN), and what an outstanding response […]

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The Autism Housing Network: Turning Parents into Project Starters

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Madison House Autism Foundation is excited to unveil a project that has been in the works for over a year […]

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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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Desi’s Desk: Tour a Community of 40 Neighbors with I/DD

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In 2013, in the middle of a New Jersey suburb, a small apartment building was built to offer a supportive […]

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VIDEO: Where Will 4.903 Million Individuals Live?

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View the animation below to learn more about the current state of housing for those with autism and other intellectual/developmental […]

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Study: 50% of Americans don’t recall the name of “that lady across the street”

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By now, many of you have probably seen Brian Bethun’s article The End of Neighbors or coverage by The Today Show, […]

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Op-ed from the President: What Happens When Services Are Not Available?

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A message from Madison House Autism Foundation’s President & Co-founder, JaLynn Prince. When most teenagers graduate from high school, a […]

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