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Headquartered in Rockville, MD, Madison House Autism Foundation (MHAF) partners with families, universities, governments, and businesses to create a more inclusive world for adults with autism. MHAF also operates Madison Fields, a farm in Dickerson, MD that offers riding lessons to individuals with special needs, wounded veterans, and the broader community. 500,0000... Read more

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Premiere of #Imagine21: Stories of Adults Living With Autism, a Mini-Documentary Series (VIDEO)

Madison House Autism Foundation is excited to announce the premiere of the #Imagine21 mini-documentary series. These short films highlight the incredible stories of adults living with autism and the unique circumstances they face as they age into adulthood. Through them, viewers will be intimately acquainted with just a few of the people behind this diagnosis and come to a fuller understanding of the value they have to add to our lives when we as a community respond to the challenges they face.

Jeffrey’s post-secondary education program empowered him with the skills he needs to thrive in a neurodiverse intentional community in North Carolina. Watch his story below to learn more about the importance of lifelong education for adults on the spectrum.

Madison House will be releasing these films online every few days throughout April, National Autism Awareness Month 2017. To watch the videos, visit this page. Contribute financially to this project by clicking here.


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Shannon Doty

About Shannon Doty

A Maryland native, Shannon Doty has been working directly with children and adults with disabilities for nearly a decade. Obtaining her degree in psychology from UMBC, her greatest goal is to use digital storytelling and education to build a more inclusive world for people with disabilities. Shannon oversees Madison House Autism Foundation's Digital Media initiatives, including the #Imagine21 series, a mini-documentary film project that brings awareness to issues impacting the lives of adults with autism in the U.S.


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