Chapel Haven, Yale students create autism awareness through art | Organization for Autism Research

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The autism awareness student group at Yale University recently partnered with Chapel Haven, a local residential transition program for young adults with autism, to create pieces of art for display in the community.  This effort not only showcases the abilities of Chapel Haven students, but provides them with an opportunity to interact with peers of similar ages in a supportive and fun setting.  Read the full story from Pam McLoughlin of the New Haven Register.

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