Achieve Beyond Sponsors Young Child Expo and Conference

The pediatric therapy and autism services company is a silver sponsor for the New York City event for the third consecutive year.

New York, NY, January 10, 2013 --( Achieve Beyond Pediatric Therapy & Autism Services,, will be a silver sponsor and exhibitor for the third consecutive year at the 10th Annual Young Child Expo & Conference on April 17th - 19th, 2013. This expo and conference at the Hotel Pennsylvania brings together education for special needs and typical developing children into the heart of New York City.

This event is hosted by Fordham University’s Graduate School of Education and Los Niños Services and draws over 1000 people including various pediatric therapists, special needs parents, day care teachers, special educators, behavior analysts and many more. It offers many useful seminars on topics that parents and professionals can use to help young children develop and reach their full potential. Some of the highlights this year include keynote speeches by the President and CEO Sesame Workshop H. Melvin Ming, Distinguished Professor and Early Childhood Research Scholar Dr. Craig T. Ramey, a special needs film festival and various others workshops throughout the day. The Young Child Expo features many leaders in the early intervention autism field exhibiting alongside Achieve Beyond at the conference including Autism Speaks, Autism Society and the American Autism Association. Achieve Beyond specifically will be giving visitors to their booth informational materials on child development, sensory friendly giveaway items and will be hosting various raffles throughout the day.

Achieve Beyond Pediatric Therapy and Autism Services believes that sponsoring an excellent event such as the Young Child Expo is their obligation to the families they serve throughout the greater New York City metropolitan area on a daily basis. For more information on the Young Child Expo and Conference please visit
Achieve Beyond: Pediatric Therapy and Autism Services
Jonathan Drewes