• 22q Clinic

    Seattle Children’s 22q Clinic brings together experts in many fields to care for children who have differences in a part of chromosome 22 called q11.2.

  • 3-D Imaging

    To plan the best treatment for your child, Seattle Children's craniofacial team uses 3-dimensional CT scans and advanced software to build precise maps of your child's face and head.

  • ABA Early Intervention Program

    Seattle Children’s ABA Early Intervention Program is an intensive short-term program where kids with autism learn new skills to improve learning and behavior.

  • Acute Kidney Injury Clinic

    Seattle Children’s Acute Kidney Injury Clinic screens and monitors patients who have had an episode of AKI in order to prevent future kidney damage.

  • Adaptive Sports Physical Therapy Program

    Seattle Children’s has the only program in the Seattle area offering specialized sports injury rehabilitation for athletes with disabilities.

  • Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Program

    Seattle Children's Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Program gives expert medical care and support to teens and young adults into their late 20s with all forms of cancer. We know you have different challenges than kids or older adults. Our team helps you meet them.

  • Adolescent Medicine

    The Adolescent Medicine Program at Seattle Children's provides care for teens, including treatment for eating disorders, obesity, substance abuse, behavioral concerns, chronic pain, gynecological health, transgender care and adolescent male health.

  • Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program (ACHD)

    If your child was born with a heart defect, the Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program helps meet their long-term needs. We prepare patients to transition to adult care.

  • Aerodigestive Program

    At Seattle Children’s Aerodigestive Program, we treat children, from birth to age 21, who have complex upper airway, breathing and swallowing problems.

  • Alyssa Burnett Adult Life Center

    Seattle Children's Alyssa Burnett Adult Life Center is a community of lifelong learners – people 18 and older with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities.