Every 11 minutes, a child is born who will be diagnosed with autism. 

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 barriers.

The moral test of any society is how it regards those who are found at the fringes. Today, the vast majority of adults with autism live with aging parents. They are overwhelmingly unemployed or underemployed. As it stands now, these individuals face a lifetime of isolation while our communities miss out on their vital and unique contributions. 

Madison House Autism Foundation is working to promote, model and advocate for the full inclusion of adults with autism and their families in the life of our communities; and to expand choice in housing, employment, and social participation. Together, we have the power to build a more inclusive future.

Will you join us?

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Madison House Autism Foundation



Every 11 minutes, a child is born who will be diagnosed with autism. 

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 barriers.

The moral test of any society is how it regards those who are found at the fringes. Today, the vast majority of adults with autism live with aging parents. They are overwhelmingly unemployed or underemployed. As it stands now, these individuals face a lifetime of isolation while our communities miss out on their vital and unique contributions. 

Madison House Autism Foundation is working to promote, model and advocate for the full inclusion of adults with autism and their families in the life of our communities; and to expand choice in housing, employment, and social participation. Together, we have the power to build a more inclusive future.

Will you join us?