Schools are like mini ecosystems: everyone has a different role to play, but everyone contributes to the wellness of the environment. With so many unique people a part of The Phoenix Center family, teamwork is the glue that holds everything together. “Everyone in that classroom is hands-on with every child, and we all chip in […]

Collaborating for Success: The Teamwork Behind TPC

Mornings can be difficult: it’s easy to stay in bed, especially in the winter months when the outside world looks so cold and our beds feel so warm. Nonetheless, having a consistent morning routine can help your child start their day on the right foot which can be particularly helpful for young people with special […]

Your Child's Morning Routine Can Be As Easy As 1,2,3

When the cold temperatures hit, it’s easy to take cover indoors and forget how important physical activity is for all of us, especially our children.  Although it certainly can be more challenging to fit into busy schedules, exercise can make a big difference in your child’s ability to self-regulate. According to The National Center on […]

Keeping Children with Special Needs Active During Winter Months
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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