While the spirit of giving is old as time itself, Giving Tuesday is a relatively new concept. Celebrated the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, this global day of giving back started in 2012, which means this year marks its tenth anniversary. For many not-for-profits and altruistically minded organizations, Giving Tuesday plays a major role in their ability […]

Giving Tuesday Directly Funds our One-of-a-Kind Programs

A Focus on Amy Bolliger, M.S. CCC-SLP, Unit Supervisor/Speech Therapist Autumn always has a refreshing energy to it: the summer heat fades, the leaves change, and the students return back to school. The Phoenix Center has set itself apart by wielding technology to give students interactive experiences by “visiting” far away places otherwise inaccessible due […]

Giving Students Interactive Experiences Far Beyond the Virtual Classroom A Focus on Amy Bolliger, M.S. CCC-SLP Unit Supervisor/Speech Therapist

Jim Russomano, owner/dealer principal at Nutley Auto Kia and board president at The Phoenix Center, shares his perspective as an employer of people with disabilities — in honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Jim declares in his op-ed, “it’s a time to recognize the value of an inclusive workforce…in particular the benefits to both […]

In the Consumer Family Life Skills program, students learn how to organize and navigate around a kitchen, use cooking tools safely, how to make healthy food choices, and how to prepare food. A new kitchen will replace outdated appliances and renew cooking tools while providing more space for teaching, learning, and Preparing Students for Life […]

Please click on the below document to view our 2022-2023 Virtual/Remote Instruction and Health & Safety Plan: The Phoenix Center’s Virtual/Remote Instruction and Health & Safety Plan 2022-2023 — ADDED 09/14/22 The following are our school closing and communication documents: The Phoenix Center’s Restart & Recovery Plan with an addendum, updated 3-17-21 The Phoenix Center’s […]

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