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Autism Center

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Autism Clinical Services

Director: Annette Estes

Contact: Jessica Greenson, 206-221-6806 or

Core Function: Clinical Services

The Autism Center's Clinical Services provide state-of-the-art, comprehensive, coordinated services to families and individuals at risk or with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) from birth through early adulthood.

    • Evaluations: Diagnostic evaluation to determine if a client meets criteria for ASD.  Re-Evaluations for previously diagnosed clients who need assessment of current functioning, a second opinion, or updated treatment recommendations.

    • Medical Consultation: Short-term consultation with one of our specialized physicians (e.g. Developmental Pediatrician, Neurologist) to discuss medical concerns such as, seizures, motor disorders, genetic concerns, or related issues.

    • Sleep Clinic: Interdisciplinary team consultation to address behavioral and medical factors contributing to sleep concerns in children up to the age of 18.

    • Infant Clinic: A clinic for children 24 months and younger dedicated to early detection, monitoring, and intervention when concerns about ASD are present.

    • Speech Services: Assessment and treatment to help individuals with ASD learn strategies to interact and communicate.

    • Social Skills Groups: Small group programs provide children with tools for navigating their social environment.

    • Psychological Therapy: Psychotherapy with parents, siblings or individuals with ASD to address difficulties with mood, life skills, daily coping, and interpersonal relationships.

    • Applied Behavior Analysis Intervention Services: Our Behavior and Education Consultants provide evidence-based treatment based on the principles of applied behavioral analysis (ABA), identify individualized goals to teach new skills and address challenging behaviors, develop learning activities and support individuals with ASD in a variety of settings.

      • Intensive In-Home ABA Programs: Individualized home program supervision and training.
      • Short-Term Consultation: Problem-focused parent coaching or school consultations to address a single goal or challenging behavior.
      • Parent Coaching: Consultants work with parents to implement ABA-based techniques in the home.
      • Client-Focused Skills Coaching: Consultants work directly with client with ASD to develop specific identified skills and reduce challenging behaviors.

    More Information

    Autism Clinical Services website

University of Washington • Center on Human Development and Disability Box 357920 • Seattle WA 98195-7920 USA • 206-543-7701 •

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