Chapel Haven West is delighted to present an intimate and informative evening.

Please join Chapel Haven West and the Puffer family for:

Transitioning from High School: Best practices for adults on the spectrum

An intimate and informative evening!

  • Meet Dr. Fred Volkmar, Yale Child Study Center and wife, Dr. Lisa Wiesner
  • Hear from the Puffers about Chapel Haven West’s life-changing model & impact on Brian
  • Meet Chapel Haven West Exec. Dir. Ken Hosto

Friday, Feb. 15, 2019

5-7 p.m. at the home of the Puffers

Tempe, AZ  85283

Cocktails and appetizers will be served

Seats are limited. Please register here

Questions? Contact Catherine DeCarlo at 203-397-1714 EXT. 148  or cdecarlo@chapelhaven.org

About Chapel Haven West:

Chapel Haven West opened in 2008 in Tucson, AZ and provides residential transition and lifelong supports for adults 18+ with autism spectrum disorders and related social disabilities. The program is a satellite of Chapel Haven, Inc., in New Haven, Conn., founded in 1972 by parents and dedicated to providing lifelong supports for adults with cognitive and social disabilities.
Chapel Haven West focuses in four areas: independent living, self-determination, college/vocation and social communication skills. Students live in an apartment complex within walking distance to the University of Arizona. Along with learning how to manage an apartment, make friends and prepare for satisfying jobs in the workplace, the program’s close proximity to the University of Arizona provides a rich array of benefits for Chapel Haven West students. Chapel Haven West students enroll in credit-earning classes in social communication at the UA, and pursue college, recreational and job shadowing opportunities.

About Dr. Volkmar and Dr. Wiesner: Dr. Fred Volkmar, MD is Irving B. Harris Professor of Child Psychiatry, Pediatrics and Psychology at Yale University Child Study Center, School of Medicine and serves on Chapel Haven’s Board of Directors. Dr. Wiesner is a pediatrician in private practice in Orange, Conn., and assistant clinical professor of pediatrics at Yale. They are co-authors of “A Practical Guide to Autism.”
Learn more about Chapel Haven West at:

https://www.chapelhaven.org/chapel-haven-west/
or call Chapel Haven’s Admissions Office at:
(203) 397-1714, ext. 185

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