Open houses continue to draw interested families, next up is Dec. 6
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Open houses continue to draw interested families, next up is Dec. 6

The following is a special needs program update from Chapel Haven. You may also click here to read the original article on the program’s website.

Chapel Haven's open houses always include a chance to meet and ask questions of our students and community members!

Our October 28 Open House was a great success! Families enjoyed a light dinner, campus tours and the chance to meet and talk to students and staff. They also had the chance to visit our information booths and talk to our famous author, Diana Bilezikian. Diana is a longtime Chapel Haven community member and the author of the recently released, “Dear Diana…A Guide to Help Those with Special Needs Negotiate Everyday Situations,” published by AAPC Publishing.

If you missed it, and want to learn more about Chapel Haven, register online now for our Saturday, December 6 open houses at our New Haven and Tucson, AZ campuses.

Registration is required online. See the links below to register easily.  Chapel Haven is located at 1040 Whalley Avenue, New Haven. CT. A satellite campus, Chapel Haven West, is located at 1701 N. Park Avenue in Tucson, AZ.


Many families stopped by Diana's table to purchase a copy of her new book.

Open Houses are scheduled for the following locations:

Saturday, December 6, 2014, from 10 a.m. to noon, Chapel Haven, 1040 Whalley Avenue, New Haven, CT: This morning open house is scheduled for a Saturday morning to make it easier for busy families to visit. The morning will include a light breakfast, campus tours and a parent/student panel. To register for the New Haven Open House, click here.

Also on Saturday, Dec. 6, from 10 a.m. to noon (MST), Chapel Haven West will offer a morning open house, including refreshments, campus tours and a workshop on social communication. To register for the Dec. 6 Open House at Chapel Haven West in Tucson, AZ, click here.

Chapel Haven was founded in 1972 and provides a lifelong program of individualized support services for adults with cognitive and social disabilities, enabling them to live independent and productive lives. “Chapel Haven is living proof that adults with disabilities truly can achieve an independent and productive life,” said Chapel Haven President Michael Storz.

Chapel Haven has grown to serve more than 250 adults (18 years of age and older) in the residence and the community with three distinct programs; REACH, Asperger’s Syndrome Adult Transition (ASAT), and Chapel Haven West (Tucson, AZ).