All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘autism’

Aut to Know

You Aut to Know | A Voice for a Choice: How Offering Choices Helps Those with Autism

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When it comes to helping others with autism, “you aut to know” I’ve learned a technique that’s simple yet seldom […]

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Autism Awareness

You Aut to Know | The Struggle is (Really) Real: Raising Autism Awareness

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April, as you may or may not know, is Autism Awareness Month. I believe this month signifies a desire to […]

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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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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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Motivational Speaker

MHAF Featured Artist | Brian Be: Dancer, Singer/Songwriter, and Motivational Speaker

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Brian Be is a dancer, a singer/songwriter, and motivational speaker based in Denver, Colorado. He was diagnosed with autism at […]

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Life Animated Owen

Friends of Madison House: February 2016 Edition

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Over the years, Madison House has met and connected with thousands of unique and passionate individuals across the country. Whether we’re […]

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Inside Autism: A Conversation with “Jack of the Red Hearts” Filmmakers Janet Grillo and Jennifer Deaton

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Directed by Emmy award winning producer Janet Grillo and written by Jennifer Deaton, Sundial Pictures presents “Jack of the Red Hearts.” […]

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New Year's Goals

Complicated New Year’s Goals: 21 On and Off the Spectrum

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When I volunteered to write this blog post, I was given the suggestion to write about hopes I have in […]

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Madison House President’s Statement to IACC: “Services Delayed Are Services Denied”

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Last month, Madison House Autism Foundation President, JaLynn Prince, addressed the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC), the federal advisory committee that […]

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