Seattle Children’s Autism Center is partnered with the Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative (SFARI) to create the nation’s largest online autism study. We want to speed up research and advance our understanding of autism to help improve lives. Read full post »
Please note our updated information for the Autism 101 class tonight
Please join us for Autism 101, a free 90-minute lecture intended for parents and families of children recently diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), their friends and professionals. Jennifer Mannheim, ARNP and Andy Lupas, Read full post »
A parent and a provider share their thoughts:
Katrina Davis is a family advocate at Seattle Children’s Autism Center and mother to Arthur, her 20-year-old beautifully complex young man with autism who gave his permission to share his story. Read full post »
Thank you for joining us for the Autism 205 presentation: “Parenting in the New Normal”. We discussed strategies to take on an ally role as a parent in these challenging times. Read full post »
When the coronavirus closures and stay-home orders were launched in our state, my daughter Audrey suddenly lost access to all of her preferred social and community activities. Her life typically revolves Read full post »
Seattle Children’s Autism Center invites you to join SPARK, a large autism research study!
SPARK seeks to speed up research and improve our understanding of autism. This includes learning what causes autism and how best to treat it. Seattle Children’s and 32 of the nation’s leading medical schools and autism research centers are part of this effort.
What we do
SPARK researchers study genes and information collected from thousands of people with autism and, if possible, their parents. We hope you will join us!
If you’d like to learn more, please complete our virtual SPARK study interest card: SPARK Interest Survey
To join SPARK, please visit: www.SPARKforAutism.org/UW