Here's what Dr. Crittendon has to say about her design of the Centers:

"I had families in mind when I chose the office locations and set-up for the Autism Center for Children. I worked for decades in hospitals or other institutional-type facilities before opening these Centers. My goal at the ACC is to create a space for children and families that feels like home away from home. I hope the difference is clear from the moment you park to when you step into either Center -- West Cobb / Paulding or East Cobb / Cherokee.

Most of us experience some stress when seeing the doctor. If we can do a little something to make a parent’s initial visit here easier, we will do it. Calls are always returned within 24-48 hours. Families will not spend a long time in the waiting room waiting for a scheduled appointment with the doctor or therapist.  

We have coffee and water available, free wi-fi, and a charging station with several types of chargers in case you forgot to charge your phone. We have convenient parking and are located near amenities like restaurants, shopping and even hotels. Both of our offices eac feature private entrances on the main level of a two-story building – no elevators here.  

Finding us is easy. Parking is easy (and free). Communicating with us, whether by phone, text, or email, is easy. We think you'll agree, and hope to see you soon."

Both of our centers in West Cobb / Paulding (Powder Springs) and East Cobb / Cherokee (Woodstock) were designed by Dr. Crittendon to ensure that visiting children and parents are as comfortable as possible.

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