Atlanta Autism Center

About Us


Solving the puzzle one piece at a time

Our Team

We provide the best integrated care for children at every age and best possible quality of life for children with ASD and their families

Medical Director

Dr. George Katsitadze MD, PhD, FAAP

Dr. Katsitadze earned his PhD degree in Early Childhood Development as well as MD degree from Tbilisi Medical University. Since finishing his residency in pediatrics at Emory University School of Medicine in 2003, Dr. Katsitadze has been practicing pediatrics in the Greater Atlanta area. He has earned multiple awards, including “America’s Top Pediatricians” and has been actively involved in efforts to improve early diagnosis and care of children with ASD and behavioral disorders.

Atlanta Autism Center
Atlanta Autism Center

Director of ABA Therapy Services

Tameika Meadows

Tameika has been a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst since 2012. In addition to clinical experience working directly with patients, Tameika also maintains a popular behavior analytic website titled “I Love ABA”. This site is a resource for parents, lay professionals, and students of ABA all over the world. This website also serves as a means for Tameika to proudly disseminate the science of behavior to a wide audience. She has also authored multiple entry-level books on behavior analysis, including “101 Ways to do ABA”, and “Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About ABA”.

Director of Occupational Therapy Services

La Donna Cohen

La Donna has many years of experience in pediatrics and has a special interest and training in Autism and sensory integration.

Atlanta Autism Center
Atlanta Autism Center


Wilma Fernandez

Ms. Fernandez specializes in testing for Autism Spectrum Disorders. She graduated from Florida Institute of Technology where she earned her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science degrees in Clinical Psychology.

Call to make an appointment now

All major health insurance plans accepted​

Please call 1-833-6AUTISM to make an appointment. Please bring copies of any recent testing, including cognitive and psychological testing and speech, occupational therapy or physical therapy evaluations.; records of any early intervention services or IEP/504 plans and past medical and diagnostic assessments

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