Welcome to the Stanford Autism Center's team page!
Please register to dance with the Stanford Autism Center Team on April 14th (danceathonforautism2018.bpt.me) or make a donation here to support autism research and support services for families.
$15 buys a training manual for a family starting Pivotal Response Treatment $50 keeps research tests (like the ADOS) in working order for one year.
$75 provides a scholarship for 6 sessions of the Mindfulness Skills for Parents class
$125 pays registration for a parent to attend the Annual ASD Update Conference
$766 sponsors a family's access to clinical care coordination and parent education sessions through the Early Support Program for Autism (ESPA) The Stanford Autism Center at Packard Children’s is dedicated to diagnosing, treating and advancing research into autism spectrum disorders.
Children benefit from our ongoing research and multidisciplinary approach to care from experts in developmental pediatrics, psychology, psychiatry, neurology, genetics, molecular and cellular physiology, neurobiology and cognitive neuroscience. Our team of experts provides support for: Families of children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders Community outreach programs Clinicians serving children and adolescents with autism spectrum conditions Stanford School of Medicine researchers investigating autism spectrum disorders. We also train future psychiatrists, psychologists and other mental health professionals in the specialty area of autism spectrum disorders. We are fundraising to support the Stanford Autism Center because new research is needed to improve outcomes for children with ASD and comprehensive clinical services make a real difference for families.
Thank you for helping us reach our goal!