Georgia Autism Center

Georgia Autism Center

April L. Coleman, Jaymie L. Fox, Brandi D. Smith

UPDATED: November 1, 2018

The Georgia Autism Center (GAC) is highly committed and eager to assist individuals and families of children or loved ones with autism spectrum (ASD) and other related neurodevelopmental disorders to receive proper diagnoses, aid in the development of their individualized treatment plans, enhance independence, and foster the utmost quality of their lives. At GAC, we understand the financial impact and emotional challenges associated with raising a child with special needs, or for our young adults, living with unique challenges. This is the reason they are dedicated to helping their clients find a team of trusted professionals and provide ongoing coordination of care to continue to support them as they transition into adulthood. They utilize a collaborative approach that includes bridging the gap between families and other specialists in the community. They also assist with learning about support groups for parents and siblings of children with special needs and believe it is important to stay current on new technologies and therapies as researchers continue to explore new approaches to help individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders, especially those diagnosed with ASD or some other widely known genetic condition.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
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  • Medicaid
  • Private Insurance


Georgia Autism Center
4046 Wetherburn Way Ste 1
Peachtree Corners, GA 30092
United States






April Coleman

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