FAMILIES FOR EFFECTIVE AUTISM TREATMENT FEAT OF WASHINGTON

Bellevue, WA   |  www.featwa.org
This organization's exempt status was automatically revoked by the IRS for failure to file a Form 990, 990-EZ, 990-N, or 990-PF for 3 consecutive years. Further investigation and due diligence are warranted.

Mission

Helping Children With Autism Reach Their Full Potential

Ruling year info

1996

Principal Officer

Linda Peffer

Main address

14434 NE 8th Street, Suite #300 Suite 300

Bellevue, WA 98007 USA

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EIN

91-1727777

NTEE code info

Autism (G84)

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Our programs

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Rising Star Autism Center (RSAC)

RSAC is FEAT of Washington’s center-based early intervention program. Launched in fall of 2006, RSAC provides high-quality ABA services for young children with autism 3-8 years of age. Children move from one-on-one teaching to group instruction opportunities throughout the day and benefit from frequent data collection that informs effective teaching methods and skill acquisition.

Population(s) Served

Ben’s Fund was founded by John and Traci Schneider (General Manager of the Seahawks and his wife) in honor of their son, Ben, to provide financial support to families with children on the autism spectrum.


Grant opportunities provide families living in Washington up to $1,000 per child, per award year. Grants assist families in gaining access to:
Therapies, ABA, OT, Speech, behavioral
Clinical intervention services
Therapeutic equipment, technology assistance
Therapy dogs, GPS & safety equipment
Summer, social and specialty camps

And many other autism-related services & equipment


Applications are accepted year round (Birth to 23) and are awarded monthly. Visit www.featwa.org/grants for a Ben’s Fund application and instructions on how to apply.

Population(s) Served

Family Resource Line: Individualized one on one support on your autism journey. Ask an autism question, receive guidance, and learn about community resources and services.

FEAT Resource Guide: Provides an online list to help families find autism related services here in WA state.
Submit a resource through our online application.

FEAT Online Community Groups: Connect with other autism families in Washington state, ask questions, get support, community and networking opportunities so you don’t have to do this alone.

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Goals & Strategy

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Charting impact

Four powerful questions that require reflection about what really matters - results.

At Families for Effective Autism Treatment our goal is to help children with autism reach their full potential but connecting families who need services with providers.

FEAT of Washington works to connect families and providers in a number of ways:
Resource guide and hotline to directly support families
A teen program that provides social and vocational skill building
An early intervention clinic
Lastly, our Ben's Fund grant to bridge the financial gap for families impacted by autism

FEAT is able to accomplish it's goals and mission through the generous support from our community.

FEAT has successfully created two clinical programs (Teen social and Early intervention) that have become models for successful replication in the area. We have also been a source of hope to many families when they receive an autism diagnosis. One of our biggest accomplishments is our Ben's Fund program, since inception we have been able to award over a million dollars in grants.
Our next focus will be preparing teens to transition into adult hood. We will do this by expanding our services to encompass skills that will prepare teens for more independent living.

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FAMILIES FOR EFFECTIVE AUTISM TREATMENT FEAT OF WASHINGTON

Board of directors
as of 06/20/2019
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Troy Ness