Tag Archives: autism spectrum disabilities

The sound of wind chimes, the crunch, smell and taste of mint leaves, oregano, dill and rosemary, followed by colorful flag designs that fuel the imagination. These are some of the sensory pieces students and community members delight in as they negotiate an outdoor trail on horseback at Turning Point Farm in Woodbridge on Wednesday […]

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 disabilities. Chapel Haven’s REACH program focuses on life skills, functional academics, recreational/social development and early […]

Eleven students showcased their unique personalities and shared highlights of the past two years on June 18 when they became the third graduating class of Chapel Haven West. “We are gathered here today to celebrate the end of one phase of life’s journey and the beginning of another,” said Robert D. Nurin, Director of Education […]

CARF International has awarded Chapel Haven with a three-year re-accreditation and many accolades along the way. After a comprehensive, three-day visit facilitated by Sherry Robitaille, director of quality assurance at Chapel Haven, we were delighted to receive word that CARF has once again agreed to accredit Chapel Haven for a period of three years. The […]