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Providing an array of lifelong individualized support services for adults (18+) on the autism spectrum and those with developmental and social disabilities, enabling them to lead independent and productive lives.
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Monthly Archives: November 2012
Chapel Haven recently helped the Family Service Association of Bucks County, in Langhorne, PA, expand a new program for adults with Asperger Syndrome. A consulting team from Chapel Haven, which included Michael Storz, President, and Virginia Hodge, Chapel Haven’s Vice … Continue reading
Chapel Haven West Voices Class Chapel Haven West students are pitching in to make Tucson a better place! Students who are involved in the Chapel Haven West Voices class are active on committees which work to better the lives of … Continue reading
Carolyn Gorman, coordinator of post secondary and career education for the Aspeger Syndrome Adult Transition (ASAT) program, offered a class this fall that turned out to be one of the most popular career classes for students. Entitled “Tales from the … Continue reading
Chapel Haven’s annual Bowl-a-thon was a wonderful success! On October 13th we took over Amity Family Bowl in Woodbridge with over 130 bowlers consisting of Chapel Haven students and community members, along with their families, and our staff. We also … Continue reading
When the staff at Chapel Haven needs an IT guy to troubleshoot a computer problem, they don’t have far to go. “If there’s an emergency, I’m just up the street,” said Josh Liebeskind, a 2010 graduate of Chapel Haven’s Asperger … Continue reading
Project SEARCH: New Employment Initiative Chapel Haven is in its second year with Project SEARCH, a national one-year, high school transition program for students with disabilities that provides training and education with the goal of obtaining competitive employment. The program was … Continue reading