Check out this opinion piece in NJ.com, submitted by TPC Board Member Dr. Jim Ball, Ed.D., BCBA-D, and Temple Grandin, PhD. TPC Gala Featured Speaker, spokesperson for people with autism and the author of “The Autistic Brain: Thinking Across the Spectrum.” https://www.nj.com/opinion/2021/04/temple-grandin-joe-ball-a-child-on-the-autism-spectrum-needs-early-intervention-opinion.html
From the article on NJ1015.com: This past year has had quite an impact on everyone, having to cope with social distancing, mask wearing and basically staying inside our own little bubbles. But it’s been especially tough for those on the autism spectrum. Julie Mower, executive director of The Phoenix Center in Nutley, a not-for-profit school […]
Julie Mower speaks with Nina Del Rio from New York City’s 106.7 Lite FM Radio, about selecting a special needs school for your child. Listen to the episode on iHeart Radio.
The Phoenix Center Special Needs School Serving Central and Northern New Jersey featured on 107.1 The Boss
Here is the clip from Julie’s radio interview on 107.1, The Boss Morning Show with Dianne DeOliveira discussing how The Phoenix Center differs from other schools for students with special needs, what we offer, as well as what you should look for when looking for a school for special needs.
The pandemic has thwarted schedules, upended our goals and plans, and seemingly altered daily life for the foreseeable future. We all know this: one year into living through COVID-19, we continue to feel the impact of the pandemic as we do our best to move forward. Perhaps no group has felt this change as acutely […]