The Phoenix Center was featured on NJTV News. Take a look at the clip and learn more about how we use technology (Funtronic and Photon) to help advance learning for kids with autism. Watch the Feature »
Here at The Phoenix Center we asked ourselves,”What can we do differently with technology?” The answer was Gary and Larry our Photon Robots, which are also used with our Funtronics Projector. This new technology students are drawn to, and add an extra layer of tools to their individualized therapy sessions. Learn more about how these […]
Check out Julie Mower, executive director of the Phoenix Center, providing tips for parents on CBS 2 NY.
Our own Julie Mower joins Nina Del Rio on “Get Connected” to talk about minimizing stress during the holidays. Listen to the podcast
Check out the feature article about The Phoenix Center in the latest copy of NJ-ROI. You can view the online PDF version here.
Haircuts can be stressful for anyone: you want to stick to your regular barber or hairdresser, you worry it won’t come out looking like your last one, and you jokingly hope your ear won’t get snipped. These worries are, in a way, not so different from the anxieties a child with special needs may experience, […]
On Friday, Dec. 20, 2019, The Phoenix Center’s Co-Founder, Dr. Geraldine Gibbia and husband Kevin Gaynor dressed as Santa and Mrs. Claus and delivered donated Holiday gifts to The Phoenix Center’s 143 students. Read the full article on The Patch.
Leisure activities like going to the movies or a baseball game are supposed to be fun for the whole family. However, for an individual with special needs, these activities can be overwhelming at times. In addition, they can be unnerving for parents due to the many “what if’s.” There are many places your family can […]