Want to learn more about autism? Let our Educational Resource Center staff help.

Autism can bring up a lot of questions for families and caregivers. Whether your child has just been diagnosed or if you’re a seasoned autism parent looking for more information about a new treatment, we can point you to the best information available.

Marcus Autism Center’s Educational Resource Center is a health information resource accessible to parents, employees and the public. Our goal is to provide families a place to expand their understanding of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in a sensitive and responsive learning environment.

Staffed full time by a medical librarian, the resource center maintains a library of materials to help patient families access the most current and reliable health-related information. It contains a physical collection of health-related books, journals and electronic resources, with a focus on autism and related disorders.

Book collection 

The book collection consists of:

  • Professional, community and parent-oriented literature
  • Medical dictionaries
  • Encyclopedias
  • Directories

Journal collection 

  • Current professional journals
  • Popular health magazines
  • Health-related newsletters

Electronic resources 

Access hundreds of online, full-text journals through our subscription to several clinical and consumer health databases.


We’re happy to help you any way we can. Email our team or call 404-785-9382 with questions.

Connect with us 

Caregivers, donors and volunteers can stay connected to the latest information from Marcus Autism Center by signing up for one of our e-newsletters.