UWAC Resources

Could I Be Autistic?
A Free Webinar for the Self-Identified and Wondering

Have you felt different from other people your entire life? Did learning about autism seem to explain a lot about you? Led by two autistic professionals, The UW Autism Center’s Dr. Lucas Harrington and The Arc of King County’s Zack Siddeek, this webinar will help you consider the pros and cons of seeking a formal autism evaluation and then provide strategies and resources you can use with without an official diagnosis.   Watch a 20-minute on-demand video and then join us on Wednesday, April 24, 2024 from 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM for a live Q/A.  The webinar and live Q/A are free.  For those that can, there is a $30 suggested donation.  Advance registration is required.

Target Audience: Teenagers or adults who have self-identified as autistic or wonder if they are autistic

Instructors: Lucas Harrington, PsyD, and Zack Siddeek, MSW

The University of Washington Autism Center’s webinars are usually pay-to-watch. However, we feel that it is important to make this video available to all individuals who may benefit from the content. If this video is valuable to you, we ask that you make a donation at whatever level you can afford. Your support will help us continue to offer low- and no-cost services to people in need.

Community Resources

The UW Autism Center is happy to provide resources that increase understanding of neurodiversity. We value inclusion of a range of voices. We do not necessarily endorse all of the content on all of these websites/providers, but we would like to offer this information to assist Autistic adults with their diagnostic and resource needs.