What is RSA?
RSA is FEAT of Washington’s best practices early intervention program. Launched in fall of 2006, RSA provides very high quality ABA-based intervention services for young children with autism and their socially typical peers 3-7 years of age.
RSA Learner Outcomes
Since its inception, RSA has recorded wonderful benefits to learners who participate in the program. Average students on the autism spectrum approximately double their rate of development across RSA’s wide battery of standardized tests in the areas of social skills, language skills, adaptive behavior skills, cognitive and motor skills over baseline rates. And, the data show that typically developing children more than double their rates of development by participating in the RSA program when compared to the social development rates for other typically developing peers.
RSA Learner Happiness and Parent Satisfaction
In addition to measuring how well learners respond to the intervention they receive through RSA, our staff also measure how happy the learners are as they receive intervention and how satisfied the learners’ parents are with RSA.
RSA’s learners are consistently very happy with the intervention they receive, and RSA parents consistently give RSA top marks in terms of their satisfaction with the program
How to Apply
We are now accepting applications for Fall 2013, please Request an Observation See below for locations.
RSA Calendar please click here 2012 -2013 RSA Calendar 2013 – 2014 to come soon!
Please select from the following two locations for information on hours and prices. Also for the current RSA application forms and enrollment openings.