1511 Johnson Ferry Rd
Marietta GA 30062
8:30 am – 5:30 pm
The ChanceLight autism services Marietta, GA clinic provides applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy for children and young adults up to age 21 who have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.
Directions to ChanceLight autism services Marietta Clinic:
We are on Johnson Ferry Road just north of Roswell Road. We are just north of a Target, and on the same side of the road as Target.
After turning from Johnson Ferry Road into Johnson Square Office park, which is clearly marked on the main road (large sign says: Johnson Square Office Park 1501-1523), you make the second left, and we are the first building on the right.
The building is marked 1511 from multiple sides, and there are signs within the office park showing where building 1511 is. We are suite 145, which is marked near our door, and we have a sign in the window as well as a sign to the right of our entrance, indicating that we are ChanceLight autism services Marietta Clinic.
We have plenty of parking immediately in front of our clinic, including accessible parking and a ramp to our front door.
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We are extremely proud of ChanceLight’s Anna Bullard, who recently received a special Award of Recognition from Autism Speaks Georgia chapter, for her dedication and commitment to autism advocacy. Autism Speaks CEO Angela Geiger, and State Government Affairs Director, Judith Ursitti, presented Anna with the award on September 8, 2018. Anna dedicated the award to View More
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