Every 11 minutes, a child is born who will be diagnosed with autism. These children will likely live an average lifespan of 80 years, the same as any other adult in the US. In this coming decade, 500,000 of these young, autistic adults will turn 21—the age at which federally mandated services stop being provided. Those beyond age 21 today continue to face enormous challenges. Madison House Autism Foundation is working to address these challenges and bring hope to families across the country. Explore this page to learn more about our work, our story, and the individuals we serve.
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