ABA LAUNCH

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A clinic-based, short-term, comprehensive and intensive early intervention program

We have resumed
in-person services!

We are continuing to take precautions (staff vaccination, health screening, masks, etc.) to reduce COVID-19 transmission risk.

COVID RESOURCES

INFANT/TODDLER
PARENT GROUP

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Children ​​increase ​skills ​in ​four ​areas:
​focusing ​on ​faces, ​taking ​turns, ​requesting ​and ​social ​imitation.

TRAININGS AND
WORKSHOPS

We offer a variety of workshops for educators, providers,
and family members of autistic individuals.

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

UWAC AUTISM
STORIES

The UWAC Autism Stories Project was inspired by StoryCorps,
based on the belief that everyone has an important story to share

HEAR THE STORIES

UNDERSTANDING
AUTISM

The UW Autism Center is devoted to supporting
individuals and families affected by autism spectrum disorder.

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WE STAND
IN SOLIDARITY
AGAINST RACISM

We are heartbroken and deeply saddened by the continued unfair and unjust treatment
of Black Americans. It has gone on for far too long and has to change — starting with
each of us.

We stand in solidarity against racism, oppression, injustice, and violence.

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SERVICES

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about our intake process

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UW Autism Center
Center on Human Development and Disability

Caring for individuals and families affected by autism spectrum disorders through exceptional clinical services, innovative scientific research and high-quality training.

Our faculty and staff reach across the UW School of Medicine, College of Arts & Sciences, and College of Education.

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Clinical Services

Diagnosis, assessment, and
intervention services for
individuals with autism spectrum
disorder and their families.

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Research

Collaborating with families and people
with autism spectrum disorder to conduct
research that will improve outcomes and
increase understanding.

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Training

High-quality training for community
professionals, caregivers, and students who
interact with and serve individuals with ASD.

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News & Events

UWAC research collaboration identifies enlargement of key brain structure in babies who later develop autism

New study published March 25 in the American Journal of Psychiatry, is the first to document amygdala enlargement before autism appears clinically. The research was conducted through the IBIS Network, a consortium of 10 universities in the United States and Canada.  Click here for more…

Workshops