Achieve Beyond Pediatric Therapy Relocates Its Corporate Office
FOREST HILLS, N.Y., Aug. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Achieve Beyond – http://www.achievebeyondusa.com – has moved its NYC Program Office and Corporate Headquarters to 70-00 Austin Street, Suite 200 in Forest Hills, Queens. Achieve Beyond is a leader in quality pediatric special education and therapeutic services. Achieve Beyond provides services and Evaluations to children with special needs including Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Special Education and Autism Services. The company is moving back to Queens where the NYC operations began after 8 years at 60 Madison Avenue in Manhattan. Since then, Achieve Beyond has grown to be one of the largest Early Intervention and Preschool service agencies in New York State.
Since its establishment 17 years ago, Achieve Beyond has grown tremendously. The healthcare and educational industry has faced many challenges the last few years, and Achieve Beyond has always adapted and prevailed through the changes. As with many other companies in today’s economic climate, Achieve Beyond has focused on being more cost effective. With the company’s lease set to expire at 60 Madison, Achieve Beyond concentrated on locating a more affordable location for its NYC and corporate operations. The search for a new space included a comprehensive analysis of the current NYC real estate market, as well as what location would be best for the company’s current employees. After a year long search, the management team at Achieve Beyond decided on the space at 70-00 Austin Street.
As always, Achieve Beyond is committed to providing top quality healthcare and educational services to children with special needs throughout New York City, Long Island and the Hudson Valley via the NY Early Intervention and CPSE Programs.
Achieve Beyond is a nationwide pediatric therapy company that provides services and Evaluations to children with special needs including Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Special Education and Autism Services. For more information visit http://www.achievebeyondusa.com
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