One Size Does Not Fit All: A Virtual Tour of Housing Options" is a 3-Part, 5-Segment presentation on the various housing options available for adults living with Autism created by Desiree Kameka, the Director of Community Education & Advocacy at Madison House Autism Foundation.


Part 1

Part one covers the past and present housing landscape including a brief history as well as descriptions of each of the current housing models available today.

Part 2

Part 2 makes note of some of the common obstacles and challenges we face as we seek to create adequate housing solutions for a better future.

Part 3.1

In this segment, Desiree Kameka, the Director of Community Education & Advocacy at Madison House Autism Foundation, reviews current innovative transitional, post-secondary, and single-family home housing models for adults with Autism and other intellectual

Part 3.2

In this segment, Desiree Kameka, the Director of Community Education & Advocacy at Madison House Autism Foundation, reviews current and future multi-family planned community models for adults with Autism and other intellectual disabilities.

Part 3.3

In this final segment, Desiree Kameka, the Director of Community Education & Advocacy at Madison House Autism Foundation, reviews current and future live-work-play community models for adults with Autism and other intellectual disabilities. She also outlines steps we can take for a brighter future.