Watch our video!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).
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.
“Chapel Haven is an amazing organization. We have always felt a total commitment both to our child and to the population that the organization serves. If there is an identified need in their population that is not being met, they develop a program to deal with it."
Pamela and Michael
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Tag Archives: Autism
Autism Speaks, the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization, distributed 19 iPads to organizations who serve the needs of adults on the autism spectrum throughout parts of New England, including Chapel Haven. Thanks to a generous donation from the … Continue reading
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 … 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 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
Yale Child Study Center will present an all-day seminar on Sunday, April 22, 2012, entitled, “Moving On: Preparing Students with Autism, Asperger’s and Learning Differences for College,” and Chapel Haven is delighted to be a featured part of the day. … Continue reading
Chapel Haven sends out a quarterly e-newsletter. Click HERE to read the winter 2011 edition of Chapel Haven’s e-newsletter.
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading