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Students enrolled in Chapel Haven’s ASAT program will enjoy an expanded college-level class in social communication starting at Southern Connecticut State University in the spring of 2018. For four years, Chapel Haven has collaborated with Southern CT State University’s Department of Communication Disorders to make the class available and meaningful for both university and ASAT […]

A residential student at Chapel Haven West was interviewed by the local NBC TV news affiliate, KVOA, regarding a new way to detect autism in high-risk infants. Thomas Sheliga, who hails from Houston, TX, did a great job sharing his opinion on the importance of early detection. Here’s the news clip: New study finds method […]

Chapel Haven West’s vocation department has many exciting developments coming in February. Recently, Chapel Haven West partnered with Not Your Typical Deli, a full service delicatessen and bakery located in Gilbert, Arizona. In addition to serving local, high quality, and unique food options, they are also dedicated to providing training and employment opportunities to adults […]

Chapel Haven has once again earned the highest level of accreditation by CARF – a three-year term of accreditation, demonstrating that Chapel Haven’s model of service meets the highest international benchmarks of excellence. “We are pleased to once again earn the CARF designation of approval,” said Chapel Haven President Michael Storz. “CARF’s experienced surveyors did […]

Mark your calendars now for Sunday, Dec. 11, from 1-2 p.m. in the Chapel Haven Outreach Center for an “All-Request” concert by Brittany Maier, a young lady who is blind, has autism and has developed an international reputation as the leading savant pianist in the world. She can play over 20,000 songs by ear and […]

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 Celegene Corporation, the New England Chapter of Autism Speaks was able to distribute iPads to […]

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 […]

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