Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) are more common than juvenile cancer, childhood diabetes and pediatric AIDS combined. But ASDs are treatable.
Our doctors and therapists have treated more than 40,000 children across Georgia because of you. Your contributions to the Marcus Annual Fund help provide treatment and fund vital research that could lead to a brighter future for a child in your community.
In 2012, Annual Fund supporters contributed to:
Donate now to the Annual Fund to help children lead more independent lives.
About 10 percent of Marcus Autism Center's budget is from donors just like you. Your contributions help us develop our programs, investigate new treatment options and make services available to children with these disorders. With the generosity of our donors, we were able to treat approximately 20 percent more children last year.
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When Kaleb was 18 months old, it seemed like all the words he learned were slowly slipping away. Kaleb’s pediatrician recommended that his mother take him to a developmental research study at Georgia State University, where he was diagnosed with pervasive developmental disorder (PDD). Fortunately for Kaleb, he received his diagnosis when he was just an infant.
Marcus Autism Center is a subsidiary of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
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