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What Can Group Homes Offer People with Disabilities?

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Group homes are homes in the community where a disability service provider both maintains and controls a household as well […]

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Coalition for Community Choice Advocates Unite for Choice in “Finding ‘CommUnity'”

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The Coalition for Community Choice (CCC), founded by Madison House Autism Foundation, is effort led by of hundreds of organizations and […]

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How Campus Models Help Seniors with Intellectual Disabilities Stay Connected

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Bill, a charming 56-year-old Southern gentleman sits proudly under the lifetime’s worth of taekwondo medals and the sashes from being […]

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Winter Sports for People of All Abilities: Adaptive Skiing Centers in the USA

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Did you know that most winter sports, including skiing, can be adapted for individuals with disabilities? Individuals who live in […]

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Rident Park

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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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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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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Disability Housing

5 Things You Need to Know About Disability Housing and Advocacy

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If you or a loved one has an intellectual/developmental disability (I/DD) and/or autism, it is imperative that you consider the […]

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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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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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