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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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Several female students and graduates of Chapel Haven’s Asperger Syndrome Adult Transition Program were busy last 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
TUCSON, AZ – Chapel Haven West will hold an open house Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013 at 10 a.m. to showcase the organization’s award-winning program for young adults with an autism spectrum disorder or related social disability. Chapel Haven West is … Continue reading
Join us for a December Open House at Chapel Haven and a lively panel discussion with Chapel Haven parents and students, “Independent Living = Independent Happiness.” This open house and panel discussion takes place Saturday, December 7, 2014, 10 a.m. … Continue reading
Chapel Haven’s new class, “The Weigh to Live,” in partnership with the Cornell-Scott Hill Health Center, is not only resulting in significant weight loss for clients, it’s also gaining media attention. News Channel 8 filmed the class and will be … Continue reading
Chapel Haven’s 9th Annual Bowl-a-thon took place on Saturday, Oct 5 at Amity Lanes and was a resounding success, raising more than $32,000 in funds to be earmarked for technology. “We were well represented with over 130 bowlers who were … Continue reading
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
First-year Yale medical students spent today touring Chapel Haven’s campus, meeting students and community members and learning more about the agency’s track record in serving adults with a variety of disabilities. Along the way, the students, who are all new … Continue reading
The SAIL program is having fun with its day outings planned during spring and summer break. From the Beardsley zoo and the movies, to taking the train into New York City for lunch at the Hard Rock Café and shopping, … Continue reading
With the diagnosis of autism on the rise, the commencement ceremony for Chapel Haven West, set for Saturday, June 15, 2013, takes on new meaning. In the face of new studies predicting that 1 in 88 children will be born … Continue reading
It’s graduation time at Chapel Haven. Chapel Haven’s three core residential programs will have commencement ceremonies in the next week, celebrating 30 students across the board who now are ready for productive, independent lives. Asperger Syndrome Adult Transition (ASAT) Program … Continue reading