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Providing Safe Housing For Autistic Adults – Part 2

By Jim Richardson | Aug 22, 2020

An interview with Toby Mathis In July, I had the honor of recording a podcast with Toby Mathis of Anderson Advisors where we discussed the work we’re doing at Neuro Diverse Living to develop safe and sustainable housing alternatives for adults with autism or other intellectual developmental disabilities. Pay Us A Visit If you’d like…

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Providing Safe Housing For Autistic Adults – Part 1

By Jim Richardson | Aug 21, 2020

An interview with Toby Mathis In July, I had the honor of recording a podcast with Toby Mathis of Anderson Advisors where we discussed the work we’re doing at Neuro Diverse Living to develop safe and sustainable housing alternatives for adults with autism or other intellectual developmental disabilities. Pay Us A Visit If you’d like…

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Top 5 Things You Should Know About The Housing Dilemma For Adults With Autism

By Jim Richardson | Jul 17, 2020

As we begin to transition into a “new normal” in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, and what we hope to be the first and last wave of the virus, we want to direct our attention back to the work that our team is doing here at Neuro Diverse Living to bring our adult autism…

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The Housing Dilemma for Adults With Autism – Part 5

By Jim Richardson | Jul 8, 2020

Here at Neuro Diverse Living, we’re firm believers in our mission, and we’re firm believers in our approach to smaller, single-family and individual residences for adults with autism. Going back to an earlier article that we wrote, we spoke about how our new model of safe and sustainable smart-home enabled personal care homes, we can…

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Autism & Homelessness: The Real Crisis

By Jim Richardson | Jun 30, 2020

Tuesday, October 18, 2016 A personal story of struggle and perseverance by Sparrow Rose Jones Contrary to much media spin, autism is neither a tragedy nor a looming public health crisis. Autistics have always been here and research over the last decade has shown that while the diagnosis has increased over time, the actual percentage…

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Technology & Autistic Adults

By Jim Richardson | Jun 26, 2020

By Vinnie Mirchandani on global technology innovation and its impact on how we work, live, and play. Every few years, I invite readers and colleagues to contribute guest columns in the series Technology and my Hobby/Passion. Over a hundred contributed in the last decade on their birding, charities, cooking, music, sports and every other passion,…

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The Housing Dilemma for Adults With Autism – Part 4

By Jim Richardson | Jun 25, 2020

The future of neurodiverse living is here to stay, and we want you to contribute, to play a role, and to have a say in how the future of living with autism continues to develop in our nation. For far too long, adults with autism have been left without many options once they’re no longer…

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The Housing Dilemma For Adults With Autism – Part 3

By Jim Richardson | Jun 23, 2020

The Future of Neurodiverse Living Is Finally Here At Neuro Diverse Living, we understand what’s at stake – we know what the challenges are, we’ve spoken with the experts, and we’ve designed the right solutions needed to ensure that our child, Michael, and the millions of other youth and adults with autism out there have…

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CDC Revises Number Of Adults With Autism

By Jim Richardson | Jun 23, 2020

An estimated 5,437,988 (2.21%) adults in the United States have ASD Gaithersburg, MD, May 15, 2020 –(PR.com)– The release of new CDC estimates that 1 in 45 adults are on the autism spectrum coincides with the announcement of a groundbreaking report to define and segment housing opportunities for autistic adults and others with neurodiversities called…

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