Medical Evaluation

The Neurodevelopmental Outreach Clinic provides screening and diagnostic services delivered by Alaskan Neurodevelopmental Specialists and a team which includes a Parent Navigator, to families who live outside of the Anchorage and Mat-Su area. The team brings specialty neurodevelopmental diagnostic care directly to rural communities and sees infants and children from 10 months to approximately 9 years old. The Clinic offers screenings, evaluations, diagnoses, referrals, and follow-up recommendations for treatment, care, early intervention, and education for children with neurodevelopmental delays such as autism.

Educational Evaluation

Families who suspect their child may have autism or other developmental delay should seek a referral to the Outreach Clinic from their Primary Care Provider (PCP) and/or Early Intervention/Infant Learning (EI/ILP) provider to be seen in-person at local community clinics throughout Alaska.