Step 1: The legal guardian should call our intake department at 404-785-9350 to register the child. You are required to submit documentation of legal guardianship in case of divorce, adoption, foster placement or DFCS custody. Please fax this information to 404-785-9067 before completing step 2.
Step 2: Fill out the e-take form. If you do not have a computer to use, call 404-785-9350 to request a form be mailed to you.
Step 3: You will get an email after your form has been reviewed with a contact number to call and discuss your appointment.
You will meet with a clinician to talk about your child’s medical, developmental and social history. This information helps us make a diagnosis. Because we offer many services, your child may see more than one specialist.
For some programs, we will make an appointment when you register. We might have to look at your e-take form to how many services are needed. We will then make a referral and will call you to make an appointment.
Some programs have long wait times. We will call you when an appointment is available.
Call 404-785-9350 if you have questions.
These appointments are made before you leave our office. Call 404-785-9350 if you could not make one.
Your clinician can make a referral, or you can use the e-take form. On the form, include all the departments and clinicians your child has seen. We will make a referral.
We will look at your insurance benefits. We will call you before your appointment to talk about any payments you have to make. Your insurance might pay more or less for some services.
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Bring a copy of your child’s school, doctor, psychological and therapy records to the first appointment. You may also fax the records to 404-785-9430. Write your child’s name and birth date on all the pages.
Call 404-785-9417 or visit the medical records section for more information.
Marcus Autism Center is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday. Visit our parent resource page for more information.
We see children up to age 21 if they are currently in high school.
We have research studies to help us learn more about autism and related conditions. If you would like to take part, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Our research coordinator will contact you.
Max Brewer was diagnosed with a mild form of autism when he was 3. His older brother, Arthur, also has autism and completed the Marcus Autism Center Early Intervention Program. “We had seen such great progress with Arthur, so we knew that we needed to start Max in the program, too,” Max’s mother, Therese, said.
Marcus Autism Center is a subsidiary of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
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