Michael Storz, President of Chapel Haven Inc., oversees programs in New Haven, CT and Tucson, Arizona, which teach people with autism spectrum disorders and those with mild cognitive disabilities the skills to live independently in the community. Each program focuses on employment, college success, recreation and leisure, social communicative competence, self determination and independent living skills.
Michael joined Chapel Haven over fourteen years ago and has an abiding passion for the disabilities field. Most recently he was named a 2014 Rising Star by Business New Haven, and has been appointed Vice President for the National Association for Residential Providers serving Adults with Autism. As an international speaker, Michael just returned from a trip to Russia where he presented Chapel Haven as model program for adults with autism leaving institutionalized services.
Mike received his BA in Psychology from Providence College and his MBA degree from Southern CT State University.
Prior to Chapel Haven, Michael worked with children and adults with autism in both the classroom and home environments. Responsibilities ranged from employment services, in-home family support services to providing consulting and coordination of behavioral therapy program to young adults and children.
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