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Prepare for Your Visit to the Autism Center

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What to Bring to Your First Appointment

  • Bring your insurance card and/or current DSHS medical coupon, if available.
  • Bring copies, or originals that we can copy, of any prior mental health evaluations/services, relevant educational records or other relevant medical records that you have not already provided to us. You can also have records faxed to us at 206-987-8081.
  • If you haven't already returned it, please complete a Patient and Family Information Form (PDF) and either bring it with you or fax it to 206-987-8081.

Between clinic visits, call 206-987-7149 to talk with a nurse about questions you may have.

What to Expect

Autism Center Building

Seattle Children’s Autism Center is about one mile from Seattle Children’s Hospital. There is free parking in front of the building.    

 Autism Center Lobby and Waiting Room

Patient artwork and photos decorate the entry and waiting area.

  Autism Center Offices

Provider offices allow for multiple family members to participate in appointments and offer space for toys and games for patients to play with.

  Autism Center Therapy and Treatment Rooms

Therapy and treatment rooms allow providers to evaluate your child with no distractions.

  Autism Center Group Room

The group room allows children to participate in group activities and therapy.

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Contact the Autism Center

Seattle
206-987-8080

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Seattle Children's Autism Center presents The Autism Blog, a new way for providers to share with parents and caregivers what we continue to learn.

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