Public Comments at IACC Highlight Autism in Adulthood: Abuse Cases, Lack of Supports, and Inadequate Research

On January 12, 2016, Desiree Kameka, Director of Community Education & Advocacy at Madison House Autism Foundation, delivered a powerful speech before the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee regarding the urgent needs of adults on the autism spectrum and their families.

Please read her speech below.

An image of an individual with disabilities with text to the right that says: helping people with disabilities get more out of life
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A message from the founder of Madison House Autism Foundation  urging individuals and policymakers to consider why people choose to spend over $50,000 per year on specialized communities and education. She urges more funding in these areas.


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