External link opens in new tab or windowCLICK HERE for an important message regarding the NEW DSM-5 Autism guidelines and the ADOS test.

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is part of a complex group of neurodevelopmental disorders with its onset beginning early in a child's development. Latest studies show that 1 in every 68 children in the United States has been diagnosed with an ASD. If you have opened this webpage, chances are you have some concerns about someone you love. You sense something isn't quite 'right' with your child. Perhaps, you are feeling anxious or unsure of what to do. We understand how scary and uncertain this time may be for you.


The information we have presented here is to help answer some of your questions and help guide you in making informed decisions about further assessment and treatment. Please understand that this information is simply a starting point to understanding what autism is and is not, and how the condition should be properly evaluated. The information here is not meant to diagnose. Instead, we encourage you to consider scheduling an appointment with one of our psychologists who are qualified to diagnose autism for a complete evaluation to determine if your child is really on the spectrum. If results are positive that your child is on the spectrum, we will discuss all the appropriate treatment options currently available. You do not have to do it alone. We are here for you when you need us. For additional information on our Autism testing for adults, visit our Adults Services page.