Achieve Beyond is Featured in Washington Family Magazine

The nationwide pediatric therapy & autism services company who provides early intervention health care services has an applied behavior analysis article published in Washington Family Magazine.

Falls Church, VA, September 16, 2011 --( The early intervention health care company Achieve Beyond was recently featured in an editorial article titled “Autism, Early Intervention and Applied Behavior Analysis” in the well known metro DC parent magazine Washington Family. Washington Family Magazine is distributed throughout Maryland, Virginia and Washington DC and is one of the most respected parent magazines in this region. Achieve Beyond has in the past been consistently included in other metro DC area family publications such as The Family Phone Book and Washington Parent Magazine.

The article written by Achieve Beyond uses a child named Bryan as an example to show readers how important early intervention Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is in a child’s overall development. The article is very concise and was written to help parents that may feel intimidated by having their child be evaluated for early intervention health care services. This article explains the strides a child can make while on early intervention therapy programs and also lists several national resources that parents with special needs children can turn to for reference. This editorial also reflects the knowledge and experience that therapists at Achieve Beyond possess in regards to providing the best possible care for special needs children. Since 1995 Achieve Beyond pediatric therapists have provided family-focused therapy services in home, community and clinic settings throughout the country. This Washington Family Magazine editorial just re-enforces the agency’s expert knowledge, professional demeanor and helps establish them as a leader in the field of early intervention health care services.

Achieve Beyond pediatric therapy encourages parents to have their children evaluated by a pediatric professional if they observe any sort of “Red Flags” in their child’s development especially if they suspect their child may be on the autistic spectrum as soon as possible. This featured editorial shows how important early intervention is in these cases and shows their dedication to helping children to stop developmental delays from occurring. The company will answer any questions parents may have in regards to their special needs children suspected to be on the autistic spectrum in the Metropolitan DC area by calling the Falls Church, Virginia Achieve Beyond Office at (703) 237-2219.

Bilinguals Inc. / Achieve Beyond: Pediatric Therapy and Autism Services
Jonathan Drewes