All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘transitioning’

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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Students with autism

Helping Students With Autism Thrive: The College Application Process

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Beginning my internship here at Madison House, I knew about the special education side of Autism Spectrum Disorder but wanted […]

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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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Through Our Eyes

“Through Our Eyes” Featuring Photography by Chad Thomas

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Wow, what a success! Hundreds of people gathered at the opening of “Through Our Eyes”, including several of the artists, […]

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When Mom’s Plans Aren’t Enough: Pam Finds “Home” in a Caring Community

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Pam’s mother promised that Pam would be able to stay in her family home and continue her existing lifestyle even […]

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MHAF Media Highlights: “Autistic and Aging Out”

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A film by Laura Betesh Filmmaker, HuffPostLive production assistant, and  Columbia University journalism student, Lauren Betesh, captures the realities faced by two […]

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Empowering Leadership

Equipping Tomorrow’s Leaders

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Learning to better speak up for yourself and realizing the authority you have over personal decisions are important life skills […]

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