Located in Dunwoody, GA, the Strozier Autism Center is a program whose primary focus is to help improve the quality of life for non-speaking individuals, over the age of 12, diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other spectrum-like diagnoses.
We’ve seen that as children age in Autism, resource and service options become enormously limited. With our belief in the intellectual uniqueness of our students along with the understanding that the ability to learn is unending, our goal is to provide services that will help our students continue advancing.
Our goal is to make strides and improvements in the area of:
Social Learning & Integration
Conduct & Performance
We do this by varying our approach based on the needs of the student and we also stay current on the latest educational methods and protocols.
As the mother of a young adult with Classic Autism, I’m aware of the daily concerns and stress ofparents and I’m committed to making improvements in the educational arena that are conducive for our kids.
With so much love,
Our mission is to provide services concentrated on improving the social, functional and academic skills and abilities of individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder or a similar diagnosis.
Strozier Autism Center is a 501c3 and does not practice or permit any unlawful discrimination on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, age, race, national origin, religion, disability, or any other basis prohibited by law.