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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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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
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
Chapel Haven received national exposure when the Huffington Post published a multi-part series about Chapel Haven parent Diana Davis Spencer and her passion for entrepreneurship. Ms. Spencer is the mother of Chapel Haven community member Kim LaManna. She manages the Diana … Continue reading
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
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
Catherine Sullivan-DeCarlo, Vice President of Admissions and Marketing, had a column published in the October/November edition of Insights, the newsletter for Independent Educational Consultants. Her article is entitled, “Building Blocks to Independent Living for Young Adults with Special Needs.” To … Continue reading
As the new coordinator of Chapel Haven’s Best Buddies program, EmilyAnne Westman is in a position to advocate from the heart. First, EmilyAnne chose to attend Southern Connecticut State University because they had a Best Buddies chapter. She quickly signed … Continue reading
James Trimble is passionately dedicated to helping others and campaigning for his peers to do the same. So, it’s no wonder that his Musical Tribute for the 10th anniversary of 9/11 and the victims of Hurricane Irene came off with … Continue reading
Chapel Haven’s REACH program offers a summer residential program to give young adults (18+) experience in building independence. Many families have found the REACH summer program an ideal stepping stone toward independent living for individuals with developmental or autism spectrum … Continue reading
Chapel Haven sends out a quarterly e-newsletter. Click HERE to read the winter 2011 edition of Chapel Haven’s e-newsletter.