Clinic Information

Neurodevelopmental Outreach Clinics

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.

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

2023 Clinic Dates

  • Nome: May 4 & 5
  • Fairbanks: June 1st
  • Ketchikan: June 14
  • Sitka: June 15
  • Kenai: June 23

Additional information on the Neurodevelopmental Outreach Clinic can be found by contacting Haley Sanchez, MPH:, 907-441-7792 or 907-754-3424 (fax).