Ryther provides a range of individual, group, summer and young adult support services for autistic and neurodivergent youth. We also provide trainings for parents, caregivers, providers and allies, as well as community events. Read below to find services or click here to sign up for email newsletter updates.
Applied Behavior Analysis ( ABA )
Our center-based ABA program uses evidence-based strategies to work on language, communication, emotional regulation, social skills, and behavior management. Learn more here.
Aspiring Youth helps children, youth, and young adults (ages 8-18) as they navigate their social world. Some of our students are shy or quirky. Many have a diagnosis of autism, ADHD, learning disabilities or similar traits. Through our after-school social groups and summer camps, our facilitators help students build confidence, develop skills, and connect to the community. Registration and additional information can be found here.
Delphi Young Adults
Delphi Young Adults focuses on supporting young adults (ages 18-24) from the Neurodiverse community in obtaining and sustaining careers. Through vocational and educational exploration, our program offers the opportunity to examine a variety of paths to sustainable employment. We host year-round programming with fun and engaging summer programs. Find out more here.
Seattle Creator Studio
Our expert teachers provide robust technical skill instruction and also guide teens in effective communication, personal awareness, flexibility and leadership. Our program coordinators make sure that teens are not only learning to build, but learning to build as a team. Seattle Creator Studio’s vision is to help teens with diverse learning styles build transferable Creative Arts and STEM skills through hands-on experiences while also providing the interpersonal guidance that they need to succeed. Find out more here.