Clinicians at the UW Autism Center provide a range of intervention services for individuals with ASD. Early intervention consultation involves working with young children, families, and school staff to increase a child’s ability to function successfully and adaptively at home, in the community, and at school. Individual psychotherapy can focus on mental health issues such as anxiety and depression, social skills, organizational and study skills, and emotion regulation. Parents may work together with clinicians to create effective programs for their child at home and at school.
Browse our intervention services:
- Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Clinical Services
- Individual Therapy for Children, Teens, and Adults
- Individual Therapy for Parents
- Occupational Therapy
- Sleep Consultation Clinic
- Social Skills Groups
- Speech-Language Therapy
- Hanen “More than Words” Parent Program
- Hanen “Talkability” Parent Program
- Feeding Services
- AAC Training Sessions & Short-term Treatment
- Summer Camp
- Caregiver Support & Resource ZOOM Group
Some of our research studies offer free intervention services. To learn more about our studies and see if you may qualify, please visit our Research Studies page here.