The Atlanta Hospital Hospitality House and The Home Depot Foundation recently opened The Home Depot Marcus Hospitality Cottage. The new cottage is a 1,400-square-foot handicapped-accessible facility that provides lodging, meals and a supportive environment for patients and families receiving treatment at Marcus Autism Center and other area hospitals.
Funded by a grant from The Home Depot Foundation, the newly built Home Depot Marcus Hospitality Cottage has four bedrooms that can accommodate as many as eight guests. The cottage presents a unique partnership between multiple not-for-profit organizations to offer a caring environment for patients outside the walls of a medical facility.
To apply to stay at The Home Depot Marcus Hospitality Cottage or for more information, contact our Care Coordination team at email@example.com or 404-785-5187.
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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