Evaluations & Treatment

Lakeside Center for Autism
A multidisciplinary program that provides both diagnostics and treatment for children with autism in addition to a number of neurodevelopmental disorders.
Issaquah: 425-657-0620

NW Autism Center
Information and referral to services, providers, support and resources in the Spokane
area and beyond.
Community Connections Office (Spokane): 509-328-1582

Seattle Children’s Hospital Autism Center
Assessment, diagnosis, treatment and support for autism spectrum
Seattle: 206-987-8080

UW Autism Center
Clinical services, research, and training devoted to supporting individuals and families affected by autism spectrum disorders (birth through young adulthood).
Toll-free Information and Resource line: 877-408-8922.

Information, Advocacy & Support

WA Autism Alliance & Advocacy
Support to families and indivuals, help understanding and obtaining insurance coverage, access to vetted professional help and services, support group and respite care program, training, review and evaluation of IEPs, and more.
Redmond: 425-894-7231

Autism Society of Washington State
Support to families, information & referral.
Toll-Free: 888-279-4968

Autistic Self Advocacy Network (ASAN)
A national grassroots disability rights organization run by and for Autistic people. ASAN’s members and supporters include Autistic adults and youth, cross-disability advocates, and non-autistic family members, professionals, educators and friends.

FEAT of Washington (Families for Effective Treatment of Autism)
Information & referral.
Bellevue: 425-223-5126

Fact Sheets

DSM-5: Defining Autism Spectrum Disorder

Applied Behavior Analysis

Positive Behavior Support


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