Madison House Autism Foundation has been a sponsor and active participant at UVU Colleges of Humanities and Social Sciences and College of Science and Health annual UVU Conference on Autism since its inception. This single-day event will be held on Friday, April 12th from 9am until 4pm in the Sorensen Student Center on UVU campus. Last year, over 40 presenters participated in the symposium, representing community members, professionals and educators specializing in research – all volunteering their time and insight. Nearly 600 participants attended. This year, we are excited to attend. Madison House’s Desiree Kameka will present a tool to address the question: “Where will my son/daughter live as an adult?” Desiree Kameka is the project leader and in charge of curating information for the new, interactive Autism Housing Network (AHN). She will demonstrate the functionality of AHN and highlight innovative, disability housing solutions across the country. We will keep you posted and hope to see you there.