All staff for the ASAT program are credentialed and experienced professionals who have received extensive training in the complexities of Asperger Syndrome including:
- an ASAT director, who is also a board certified behavioral analyst
- a speech and language pathologist;
- certified special education teachers;
- program staff who have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in various fields; and
- a consultative cognitive behavioral therapist (advises staff).
ASAT ADVISORY BOARD
An Advisory Board consisting of internationally recognized experts in the field of autism and Asperger’s Syndrome have approved the curriculum and meet periodically to review client progress, intake procedures and any revisions to the curriculum.
Chapel Haven, a private nonprofit agency founded in 1972, dedicated to helping adults with special challenges live independent and productive lives, is proud to offer an Asperger’s Syndrome Adult Transition Program. This program, designed to be a transition to independent adult life for individuals with Asperger’s Syndrome, will address the specific needs of this currently underserved population.