North Haven, CT

Community Program

North Haven Health & Racquet Club

100 Elm Street

North Haven, Connecticut 06473

Program Dates

Spring 2024


April 28

May 5, 12, 19

12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. (ages 5-14)

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. (ages 15+)

Financial Info


ACEing Autism strives to keep costs affordable for families and can provide an ACEing Autism scholarship to families in financial need. We also offer information on the Dick’s Sporting Goods Grant for those that qualify.

Program Directors

Bob Migliorini

Bob Migliorini is an avid tennis player and has coached children from ages 5 to 22 for over twenty years. He is the Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach at Albertus Magnus College in New Haven, CT and the Girls Varsity Tennis Coach at North Haven High School, which provides the program with a great pool of volunteer resources. Bob is also a Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) certified tennis instructor in the areas of 10 & Under Development, 11 to 17 Development, Performance Development, and Adult Development. He holds USTA records for the longest single game not completed (1 hour and 45 minutes) and the longest single point not completed (50 minutes), both of which occurred during an extraordinary June 1995 USTA league singles match in Trumbull, CT. The longest single point is included in the Bud Collins’ Tennis Encyclopedia, 3rd edition, to exemplify the definition of a “Rally” in Chapter 10 – Tennis Lingo. He is leading the North Haven, CT, program in conjunction with his wife Maureen and his daughter Alyssa. Bob also serves as Regional Program Director for New England ACEing Autism programs.

Maureen Migliorini

Maureen Fay Migliorini is not a tennis player herself, but is married to an avid tennis player and coach (Bob Migliorini). Maureen received her Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and Business from the College of New Rochelle and her MBA from University of Connecticut. Maureen spent 25 years working in the employer benefits industry. With the birth of her son Aidan in 2015, Maureen stepped away from her role in consulting to focus full-time on parenting. With the arrival of her son Declan in 2017 and her daughter Megan in 2020, her life became officially “full” in managing three adorable and very active children. The decision to invest their time in rolling out this tennis program to children with autism was very personal for Maureen and Bob. When their son Aidan was diagnosed with autism, they wanted to find a way to connect him with the sport that his dad loves so much and also to help him build his social and play skills. They have also enjoyed the opportunity to network with other families of children with autism in Connecticut. Maureen leads the North Haven, CT program with her husband Bob and his daughter Alyssa. Maureen has used her consulting background skills to help manage program administration and marketing logistics. She has also used her insights as a mother of a child with autism to help ensure that the program is meeting the needs of both participants and their parents.