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This scientifically validated screening test assesses autism risk in children ages 16 to 30 months. It takes just a few minutes to complete, and you can print and take the results to your doctor. This is not meant to diagnose, but to assess.
CDC is committed to continuing to provide essential data on ASD, search for factors that put children at risk for ASD and possible causes, and develop resources that help identify children with ASD as early as possible.
Formed in 2003, Northwest Autism Center (located in Spokane, WA) exists to build, facilitate, and coordinate comprehensive services for those with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities through the lifespan, using community based approaches.
The world of autism spectrum disorders is constantly changing and we at Seattle Children’s Autism Center are eager to share with parents and caregivers what we continue to learn. This blog is designed to be a resource on autism as well as to give you an opportunity to comment on our posts and engage with our experts.
A mobile app was successful at distinguishing toddlers diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) from typically developing toddlers based on their eye movements while watching videos, according to a study funded by the National Institutes of Health. The findings suggest that the app could one day screen infants and toddlers for ASD and refer them for early intervention, when chances for treatment success are greatest.
If your child has a developmental disorder or delay, the doctors and staff at Providence have the expertise to evaluate, diagnose and treat them. Children can be referred for evaluation to receive an Autism diagnosis. All five of the Washington Medicaid state plans are accepted, and referrals must be faxed to 509-598-2124. Their phone # is 509-474-5440.
Seattle Children's Autism Center provides assessment, diagnosis, treatment and support for autism spectrum disorders. We offer a range of medical and mental health services for babies, children and young adults.
Elizabeth Vossenkemper, a pediatric nurse practitioner within TCCH is a certified Autism COE Provider and offers many services to those in our community affected by autism or other developmental delays.