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Monthly Archives: March 2013
On Sunday, March 24, Chapel Haven was awash with artists! For the first time, Chapel Haven hosted an Art Day on campus, giving students and community members the chance to participate in a day of creating artwork to celebrate Autism … Continue reading
Chapel Haven West, in Tucson, AZ, will hold an open house on Friday, April 12, 2013, 9-11 a.m. Enjoy an overview, take tours and meet students and staff. To register for the Chapel Haven West Open House, click here:
Chapel Haven is proud to be an inaugural winner of AFAA Applauds, a national initiative recognizing innovative, high-quality support programs for adults living with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). Check out our video!
The transition from high school to college is tricky for most students, and for those on the Autism Spectrum, there are added and unique challenges. But the college environment in many ways is also ideal for those on the spectrum, … Continue reading
Six female students and graduates of Chapel Haven’s Asperger Syndrome Adult Transition Program were busy this fall writing their own songs through an innovative “class” offered by the Neighborhood Music School. Entitled, “NoteAble Women,” the program gave each individual the … Continue reading
Rabbi Hesch Sommer of Jewish Family Service stood at the white board in Chapel Haven’s library, posing a question to students and community members: “You just got back from break. Did your Jewishness go on vacation?” For student Andy Hausler, … Continue reading