Inclusivity is Our Strength
We believe the strongest, most resilient communities are those powerful enough to recognize, value, and include the greatest diversity. Is your community #InclusiveStrong?
You Can Help Build an #InclusiveStrong Community
Download our free guide.
Learn why inclusion is critical for healthy, vibrant, resilient communities and get useful tips about creating “neuro-inclusive” spaces.
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Spread the word! Help us shine a light on inclusion as we make resolutions for the coming year. Share ideas from our guide with friends and colleagues.
Support our work.
There are many organizations working to build a more inclusive future. Consider supporting that work this giving season and into the new year.
Can We Count on Your Support?
We Jumpstart Inclusive Housing.
The Autism Housing Network offers guidance and direction for project starters looking to build neuro-inclusive communities.
“We are so grateful for the work of the Autism Housing Network as we create our neurodiverse community in Colorado. Having the opportunity to learn from each other is what makes us all stronger.“–Susan Mooney, Tall Tales Ranch, Colorado
We Educate Stakeholders.
Diversity in neurological function is often overlooked when important community decisions are made. We provide expert guidance.
“My conversation with Madison House Autism Foundation has made it clear that I need to reexamine my assumptions about the underlying causes of homelessness in my state.”-Utah State Senator
We Provide Job Training.
We provided 4000 hours of job training for adults with autism and intellectual/developmental disabilities at Madison Fields this year.
“David has shown a greater ability to focus on the task at hand while engaging appropriately with others in a work environment. He also shows a greater sense of accomplishment, pride, and motivation, and has found a few, new friends.”-Parent of Participant, Maryland
After the age 21, supports and services administered through the public school system cease.
What happens next for adults with autism?
We need your support to build #InclusiveStrong communities for the more than 1 in 50 adults living with autism.
BECOME A MEMBER
A monthly donation of $21 or more makes you a sustaining member of Madison House Autism Foundation.
A GIFT YOU DON’T HAVE TO SHIP
This giving season, make a gift on behalf of a friend or loved one by selecting “dedicate this gift.”
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Our gift to you! Learn how to help build a more inclusive community.