About Marcus Autism Center
Marcus Autism Center is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of children with autism and related disorders, treating approximately 5,000 children a year. Marcus Autism Center offers services with the generous philanthropic support of community leaders and funding from local and state governments. The Marcus Autism Center staff of highly trained pediatric professionals is supported by research grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
One in 88 children is affected by autism and related disorders nationally, and one in 84 is affected in Georgia.* Thousands more are affected by developmental, neurocognitive and behavioral disabilities. Marcus Autism Center is committed to helping children affected by these conditions, with the generous contributions from our donors.
We are putting into place an overarching research plan that is leading the way toward diagnosing infants with autism years before what was previously thought possible. This plan will utilize our connections within the community and the years of valuable information collected by our clinicians. We hope that this will help future generations of children with autism and related disorders get the care they need.
With comprehensive services and evidence-based treatments, families can receive diagnosis, treatment and support in a single location. Treating patients across Georgia and the Southeast, Marcus Autism Center is the comprehensive resource for children with autism and related disorders.
Marcus Autism Center is open 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.
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*Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)