Neurodevelopmental Program

Supporting Your Child's Development

The Neurodevelopmental Program program provides individualized developmental evaluations and treatment plans for children birth to three with developmental delay or concerns about developmental delays.

Common diagnoses are motor and language delays, autism spectrum disorder, hearing loss, cerebral palsy, Down Syndrome or other chromosomal disorders, genetic disorders, sensory integration disorders, and seizure disorders. Treatment plans may include therapy, birth to three years early intervention services or home programs with recheck evaluations.

For more information about the Neurodevelopmental Program, call 253-403-4437.

Learn more about MultiCare's Autism program from Dr. Glenn Tripp in the video below.

Autism Resources for Parents

Centers for Disease Control: ASD: What You Should Know

WA Department of Health: ASD: Frequently Asked Questions

Autism Speaks: ASD: First 100 Days Toolkit

Autism Society of Washington: ASD: Resources.