Great Online Resources for Special Needs Parents

Readily available resources for parents makes adjusting to life with a special needs child much more manageable. These online resources have been hand picked by Achieve Beyond Texas Program Director, Dana Mangus, as excellent resources parents of special needs children can consult for helpful articles, beneficial books, practical workshops they can attend, products that could help raise their children in their natural environments and more. Please feel free to bookmark these links, share them on Facebook with your friends or leave a comment with additional links at the bottom. We would love to hear your suggestions.

1. Autism Speaks Official Website

2. Mommy Speech Therapy

3. Pediastaff Official Blog

4. American Speech and Hearing Association Official Website (ASHA)

5. American Occupational Therapy Association Official Website (AOTA)

6. American Physical Therapy Association Official Website (APTA)

7. Super Duper Incorporated Website

8. National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities

About Dana Mangus:
Dana Mangus holds a Masters in Speech Language Pathology and has received a Certificate of Clinical Competence from ASHA. Dana received her degree from Texas Woman’s University and has over 10 years of experience working as a Speech Language Pathologist.  She is the Administrator and Program Director for Achieve Beyond Pediatric Therapy in Texas which she helped open in 2012 which now serves special needs children throughout Dallas, Denton and Collin counties.  She directly oversees and administers the operations for all programs in the state of Texas. For more information on Achieve Beyond Pediatric Therapy Texas including their physical therapy, speech therapy and occupational therapy offerings please visit 

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