All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘desiree kameka’

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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Housing Terms

“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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independent apartment communities

Independent Apartment Communities: What Are They, and Why Do They Matter?

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The following hypothetical situation is based on observations from a recent visit to an Independent Apartment Community, Casa de Amma: Imagine […]

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Autism Housing Network

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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Adult Foster Care

“Who Moves?” Part I: The Differences Between Shared Living and Adult Foster Care

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“Who Moves?” is a two-part series that discusses the differences between Shared Living and a Family Host Home/Adult Foster Care […]

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Book on Autism

New Book on Autism and Aging Considered a “Vital First Step”

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Madison House Autism Foundation’s Founders, Dr. Gregory and Jalynn Prince, and Housing Director, Desiree Kameka, are featured authors in an […]

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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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Down Home Ranch: A Place Where People of All Abilities Can Be Ranchers

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Driving through rural Texas, I didn’t know what to expect from a “farmstead.” There are mixed opinions in the autism […]

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Public Comments at IACC Highlight Autism in Adulthood: Abuse Cases, Lack of Supports, and Inadequate Research

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On January 12, 2016, Desiree Kameka, Director of Community Education & Advocacy at Madison House Autism Foundation, delivered a public comments […]

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Adults with Disabilities

Why the Next “Empty Bed” Isn’t Enough for Adults with Disabilities

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As a director at Madison House Autism Foundation, my search for insights, solutions, and direction in better serving adults with […]

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